Dybala tweeted on Saturday evening to confirm that both he and girlfriend Oriana Sabatini had tested positive for Covid-19, but insisted the pair were “in perfect condition” and thanked fans for their messages of support.
At least 14 Serie A players, including Dybala’s Juve team-mate Blaise Matuidi, have now tested positive for the disease, with the Argentine one of the most high-profile cases in the sport;
"I've had strong symptoms, but I'm much better today," Dybala, 26, told the Juventus television channel.
"Now, I can move and walk and try to work out. A few days ago, when I tried to do those things, I was struggling for breath. My muscles ached."
Football around the world has been brought to a standstill by the pandemic and Serie A has been suspended since March 9.
Additional reporting by Reuters.