Dean Huijsen may continue longer at Roma on loan

Mar 21, 2024

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LONDON, England – Dean Huijsen’s future is still up in the air as the 18-year-old defender continues to shine while on loan at Roma.

After deciding to sign a temporary contract with the Giallorossi from Juventus and making an outstanding debut in the first three months of his stay in the Italian capital, Huijsen has been linked to a move abroad, possibly to Germany or England, or a return to Juventus at the end of the current campaign.

Augusto Ciardi, an Italian journalist for, claims that Huijsen is a potential future alternative for Juventus.

That being said, the Dutchman may have other plans for the near future given that he recently decided to represent Spain nationally.

Premier League teams like Arsenal, Manchester United, and Newcastle have already expressed interest in signing the talented center back; but, according to Ciardi, Juventus would only entertain the best bids from outside.

The Bianconeri may decide to accept a loan extension with Roma until 2025 if Juve’s demands are not met this summer; Roma would greatly prefer this alternative.

ALARMING NEWS: If Manchester City is judged to have violated FFP regulations, they risk “expulsion” from the Premier League.

Man City may be “expelled” from the Premier League as the committee that docked Nottingham Forest points affirms that they may be punished for “major” FFP violations.

Champions of the Premier League Manchester City and bitter rivals Chelsea have been forewarned that they may be expelled from the English Premier League should they be found in violation of Financial Fair Play regulations. The city will have its case tried in the fall, with 115 allegations against them. If significant sales are not made this summer, Chelsea may potentially find themselves in hot water as a result of their extravagant spending habits. In their 52-written reasons, the panel that fined Nottingham Forest four points this week for violating the Profit and Sustainability Rules made plain the kinds of punishments that may be applied for more significant offenses.

The possible sanctions “range from a warning through to expulsion from the Premier League,” according to a report by Robert Glancy KC, sports legal expert Mark Hovell, and accounting specialist Steve Holt.

The three said, “It will be up to other Commissions to decide whether any points reduction is appropriate, necessary, or reasonable in the case of a minor’ PSR infraction.

However, if the infraction is appropriately classified as “major,” it’s possible that even the most severe punishment—such as expulsion—is more suitable.

Upon hearing about Everton and Forest’s deductions, some pundits have already predicted that City may suffer severely if proven guilty. The Premier League winners might “end up in the National League North,” according to former Liverpool defender and TV commentator Jamie Carragher. Tony Bellew, a boxer and Everton supporter, branded the present state of affairs “a disgrace” and predicted that the Citizens would be demoted to the Conference.

Insisting that his team is innocent of the accusations, City manager Pep Guardiola has promised to stick with the team even if they are punished and demoted to League One. It has been argued that City may lose their trophies as well if found guilty, but as they are still in the running for the Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League, the Manchester team is sure to add more hardware before their case is heard.

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