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Roma announced on Thursday that striker Paulo Dybala would miss the match against AC Milan due to the injury he sustained in their last game against Lazio.
The 30-year-old Argentine striker has been a key figure for José Mourinho since arriving on a free transfer 18 months ago, but injuries have disrupted his time in the Italian capital, forcing him to miss at least 28 games in recent months. As Gianluca Di Marzio reports, Dybala has suffered a left thigh flexor injury and will miss the next Serie A match. The 30-year-old will undergo a further series of tests in the coming days to determine the severity of the problem. Dybala has been in fine form for Roma this season, scoring six goals and providing six assists in 18 games across all competitions.