Juventus star Paulo Dybala revealed Wednesday that he has been given the all-clear almost a month-and-a-half after contracting coronavirus.
"Many people talked in the past weeks ... but I can finally confirm that I am healed. Thank you once again for your support and my thoughts on all who are still suffering from it. Take care," tweeted the 26-year-old.
Dybala was one of three Juventus players to test positive along with Italy defender Daniele Rugani and France's Blaise Matuidi.
Rugani was the first Italian top-flight footballer diagnosed with the virus on March 11.
Both he and World Cup winner Matuidi recovered mid-April.
Dybala was diagnosed on March 22, along with his girlfriend Oriana, who recovered sooner from the disease which has killed nearly 30,000 people in Italy.
The Argentine forward also posted a picture of himself on Instagram with his arms outstretched looking at the sky: "My face says it all, I'm finally cured from Covid-19."
Italian champions Juventus also confirmed that their Argentine star had recovered.
"Dybala performed, as per protocol, a double check with diagnostic tests [swabs] for Coronavirus-Covid 19, which came back with negative results," Juventus said in a statement.
"The player has, therefore, recovered and will no longer be subjected to the home isolation regime."