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Paulo Dybala has avoided a major hamstring tear after MRI scan reveals that the injury that saw him hobble off the pitch against Cagliari on Saturday is not as serious as first thought, according to the Metro.
The pint sized Argentine hobbled off in tears just after the second half started with majority fearing that he had torn his hamstring.
However, MRI scan revealed that he suffered just a ‘mild to medium strain to his right thigh’ and he will be ruled out for a month, which is relatively a short time when compared to how long a hamstring tear would have kept him out.
This will come as good news to Juventus as well as United fans, as the English club are looking to sign him to pair with Lukaku upfront.
Dybala will now miss the first leg of Juventus Champions league round of 16 clash with Tottenham, as he begins rehab immediately.
Mourinho is keen to sign Dybala and will be monitoring his situation closely. The attacking playmaker would cost way above £70 million in today’s market, having scored 59 times and laying 22 assists in the 122 appearances he has made since moving to Juve.