The trio were dropped from Bianconeri on Saturday’s match day 2-2 draw with Torino after breaking Covid-19 rules Juventus will remember Weston McKennie, Paulo Dybala and Arthur for Thursday’s clash of Serie A with Napoli after they were expelled after they attended an illegal party at the Weston McKennie villa

The trio were suspended from the Bianconeri team

They were suspended from Team Bianconeri on Saturday’s match day 2-2 draw with Torino after USMNT International accepted a camp that was closed by police for breaking Covid-19 rules last week. Both Paulo Dybala and Arthur attended the event and the three were sidelined by coach Andrea Pirlo ahead of the weekend, but will now be in line for a comeback this week as Juventus aims to solidify its flagship title hopes

On Wednesday night, Weston McKennie threw a party with about 20 guests at his villa, a social gathering that went against regional pandemic guidelines at local Turin. Paulo Dybala and Arthur were also present, with all three taking advantage of the tight schedule during the March international break. After police broke up the event from the Weston McKennie villa, local authorities fined them before facing further action from the Bianconeri.

Juventus brought the trio back into competition

With a critical clash against Napoli reshuffled again this month – dragging on in the near future, Juventus have brought the trio back into the rivalry as they seek to avoid missing the Champions League for the first time since the 2011-12 season. The Bianconeri have been a regular in European competition in Europe, but are now in danger of finishing outside of the four this season. They are now in fourth, point level with Napoli and defeat to Gennaro Gattuso’s side will see them slide down to define the Europa League.