French media outlet L’Equipe has learned that Italian champions Juventus are keeping close tabs on Troyes goalkeeper Yehvann Diouf.
The Bianconeri have been tracking a number of talented footballers of late and the 16-year-old shot-stopper appears to be the last name on their hit-list.
Juventus scouts have been watching the youngster in action this season with a view of luring him to Turin in the future.
Despite his fragile age, Diouf is already a regular member of club’s Under-19 side, while he has also been training with the senior squad under the command of goalkeeping coach Olivier Tingry.
This means it is only a matter of time before he is given a chance to impress at senior level, although he is unlikely to be playing Ligue 1 football next term given the fact that Troyes will be relegated to the second division at the end of the season.