PSG is the latest club showing interest in Juventus youngster Dean Huijsen as his future remains uncertain.

The Dutch-Spanish teenager spent the second half of last season on loan at AS Roma, where he impressed, and several clubs now want to add him to their squad.

Juve is aware of this, and the Old Lady is open to his departure at the right price, but they will also keep him if that price is not met.

PSG is now the latest team to show interest in the youngster, and the Ligue 1 champions believe he can be a star in their side.

They have reportedly followed him for some time and are willing to pay 20 million euros to sign the youngster.

However, Juve wants 30 million euros, and the Bianconeri could hold out for their demand because they are confident a suitor will meet it.

Calciomercato reveals this could be the issue that spoils his transfer to PSG this summer.

Juve FC Says

Huijsen is one of the finest talents in European football and he could shine under Thiago Motta if we keep him.

However, selling him for up to 25m euros is also not bad because that money will help us sign some more experienced stars.

But with the right amount of games and some proper coaching, Huijsen can reach his fullest potential on our books.