Dybala fights to be fit for Roma’s Europa League final

In an effort to remain healthy for Roma's Europa League final match against Sevilla, Paulo Dybala has begun a specific treatment cycle.

The 29-year-old Argentine attacker has been Jose Mourinho's team's shining star in the Italian city this season, with eight assists and 16 goals in 36 matches across all competitions.

The last two Serie A matches against Bologna and Salernitana, as well as the second leg of the Europa League semi-finals against Bayer Leverkusen, 

According to Corriere dello Sport, the Roma medical staff has recently begun new therapy on Dybala's ankle

in the hopes that it would enable him to regain the necessary level of fitness to compete in the Europa League final on May 31.

The Argentine forward is near the club's osteopath and regularly performs physiotherapy work.

He did not utilize the two days off that Mourinho gave the team, and yesterday, he received additional care at the Fulvio Bernardini Sports Center.

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