Roma Concerned with Dybala Slow Recovery from Injury

In order to prepare for the May 31st Europa League final against Sevilla, Paulo Dybala was anticipated to start Monday's match against Salernitana.

Instead, he was a last-minute scratch and sat in the stands to watch the game. He still takes care of his sprained ankle.

He's getting better from the injury he sustained against Atalanta. He has to be healthy for the Europa League championship. 

We decided that since he wasn't feeling 100 percent, he wouldn't play.

For over a month, the Argentine has been taking care of the issue. In the previous seven games, he has only made an appearance twice.

 He may not play against Fiorentina on Saturday, which would be a good warm-up if he were to start against Sevilla.

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