Paulo Dybala dropped from Argentina squad due to genital problems with Juventus star set to miss World Cup qualifiers

JUVENTUS star Paulo Dybala has been left out of his national team – with Argentina's FA revealing his absence is due to genital problems.

The £72million-rared playmaker came on as a sub in Juve's 1-1 Serie A draw at Lazio on Sunday.

He previously scored in the Turin giants' 4-1 midweek Champions League win over Hungarians Ferencvaros.

Dybala had been called into Argentina's squad for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Paraguay and Peru.

But the 26-year-old has now been dropped after team doctors diagnosed problems with his private parts.

The Argentine FA made no attempts to spare Dybala's blushes as they released a statement about him and national teammates Marcos Acuna.

The association said: "Marcos Acuna and Paulo Dybala have been dropped.

"The Sevilla player has been withdrawn from the squad as a result of the muscle problem he suffered playing for his club on Saturday.

"Meanwhile Dybala has also been left out after presenting general genito-urinary symptoms.

"He needs to rest from playing sport, and to have tests."

Angry Argentina fans have since begun speculating as to the cause of Dybala's problems as the 29-cap ace fails to show for international duty yet again.

The five-time Serie A winner last played for the AlbiCeleste a year ago, and has since missed out for a host of different reasons.

Dybala's South American national bosses have failed to show him the usual discretion players receive when suffering unusual problems.

Everton declined to fully explain why James Rodriguez was sidelined after a knock against Liverpool last month.

It took media in the winger's native Colombia to reveal he had in fact suffered a testicle injury.

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