France's World Cup-winning midfielder Blaise Matuidi is leaving Juventus by mutual consent after three years, the Italian champions announced on Wednesday.
Blaise Matuidi became the second player in Juventus to test positive for coronavirus after Daniele Rugani.
Blaise Matuidi was one of the three Juventus players abused with monkey noises during a victory at Cagliari during the week
France have won their last 10 meetings with the Portuguese since going down 2-0 in a friendly in 1975. Their head-to-head record includes victories in all three clashes at major competitions
Dimitri Payet stepped up to curl a magnificent free-kick and steered France to a thrilling victory over Cameroon in a warm-up match for the Euro 2016
While Barcelona maintain the upper hand in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal tie thanks to their two away goals, it was not a good night for the Spanish league leaders, who lost Lionel Messi to a hamstring injury at the half-time interval.
Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, whose steady supply of goals has constituted the bedrock of PSG's tilt at a first league crown since 1994, this time turned provider, cutting in from the right to whip over a cross for Matuidi, lurking on the edge of the box.
A brace from in-form striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic propelled Paris Saint-Germain to a 4-0 win over promoted Troyes on Saturday as they provisionally returned to the top of Ligue 1.