The arrangement of the 32-year-old striker was due to expire at the end of the 2019-20 season. But he received a reward for another strong campaign with an extension of one year.

Matuidi’s extension contract until 2021

France international Blaise Matuidi, who plays for Juventus as a midfielder. Signed a contract with Serie A side until June 2021. The arrangement of the 32-year-old striker was due to expire at the end of the 2019-20 season. But he received a reward for another strong campaign with an extension of one year. In fact, according to the club’s semi-annual report, which was recently released, Blaise signed the contract on February 14, although it was not publicly announced. Matuidi played 31 matches in all competitions of the season, which was postponed due to the coronavirus crisis. The French international is too familiar with the virus since it was Juventus’ second player after Daniele Rugani, who tested positive for Covid-19 after an outbreak in northern Italy.

Blaise Matuidi tested Covid-19 positive

Blaise, however, stated that he did not experience any symptoms and took the test out of an abundance of caution after a positive result of Rugani. “I am an asymptomatic virus carrier, realizing that I have the honor of being a professional football player and therefore benefit from regular and excellent health monitoring,” Matuidi posted on Instagram. “If I weren’t, I probably would never have known what I was. I’m positive, and I’m healthy, my morale is as high as that of my family. – I’m positive, and I’m healthy, confidence is reasonable. After Matuidi’s diagnosis, star striker Paulo Dybala became the third Juventus player to test positive for Covid-19. The Argentinian admitted that he was fearful after his diagnosis, but said that he feels better after experiencing symptoms of the disease.

Paolo Dybala also tested positive of the illness

“I had a bad cough, I felt tired, and when I slept, I felt cold. At first, I did not think about what it could be, but it happened to two other colleagues, and the last was me,” Dybala said during an interview with the official website AFA. “We had headaches, but it was advisable not to take anything. The club gave us vitamins, and over time we felt better. At first, you were scared, but now everything is fine. Nowadays, we had no symptoms.”Blaise has been a mainstay for Juventus since joining the club in August 2017 after spending several seasons with PSG. The midfielder has also been a vital clutch for France since debuting in the international arena in 2010. As he started four matches at the 2018 World Cup in his country’s run for the title.