Paulo Dybala admits the reaction of missing to get back to “play and practice” amid the coronavirus pandemic.

As the world continues to reel under the Coronavirus, the Juventus star, Paulo Dybala said he never thought he would “miss playing and practicing that much.”

“To tell you the truth, I never thought I was going to miss playing and practicing that much,”  Dybala said during an Instagram interview.

“I feel like I need to practice, see my team-mates and friends and at least touch the ball because practice at home isn’t the same on my own.”

The Italian government has allowed players to return to the individual training at club facilities by Monday.

Dybala, who himself had tested positive for coronavirus said he is raring to put on his boots and score a goal.

“I need to put my boots on and run, score a goal. As I always say, when you are passionate you make everything twice as important.”

“It’s been too long without practicing. We don’t know exactly when we’ll be back. It’s not like a holiday when you know you’ll be resting for a certain amount of time.”

Before football suspension, Dybala witnessed a good season as he scored 13 goals and provided 12 assists in 34 matches.

Although players were allowed to return from Monday, Italian Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora said it is too early to talk about the resumption of the football season.

Spadafora in a Facebook post also said the players will only be able to train individually when they return to training. He added that teams’ training will not resume until May 18.