police interrupts illegal Italian sock party at which Arthur and Dybala were present

For less than a year in Juventus, Brazilian midfielder Arthur was involved in a controversy last Wednesday (1). Along with star Paulo Dybala, the steering wheel was present at the illegal party of midfielder Weston McKennie.

With about 20 people, according to the newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, the event was interrupted by the Italian police. According to the vehicle, the party was denounced, probably, by a neighbor of the American midfielder.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, parties are banned in Italy. Due to the agglomeration, those present at the event were fined.

The party took place at a time when the European country is once again experiencing an increase in the number of coronavirus cases. In addition, Juventus also presented in recent days infected.

The last names that tested positive were defenders Demiral and Bonucci. Thus, it is likely that, in addition to police fines, Arthur, Dybala and McKennie will be punished by Old lady.

The Argentine attacking midfielder has not played since January due to an injury and had been linked to the classic against the Torino. However, the trend is that, because of the episode, stay out.

The Turin team is also not going through a good time of the season. Those commanded by Andrea Pirlo were eliminated in the round of 16 of the Uefa Champions League for the Porto and are 10 points behind the leader and rival Inter Milan no Italian Championship.

The classic between Torino and Juventus will be played next Saturday (3), at 13h, in the Olympic Stadium Grande Torino. The principals are in 17th place, one position above the relegation zone, with 23 points. Juve is in 4th, with 55.

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