The former Monaco striker has reportedly piqued the interest of the Rossoneri...Juventus and Milan for David Trezeguet and Massimo Oddo has been gathering steam in Italy and the agent of the Frenchman, Antonio Caliendo, commented on the speculation.
"AC Milan and Juventus are on good terms, if there was an opportunity to exchange Trezeguet and Oddo it could work," he told Studio Sport on Friday.
"David is very motivated and not afraid of the competition at Juventus, but if they are sure they want to sell him than he will move ahead."
Indeed, the Bianconeri star rarely featured for the side last term. He missed the first half of the season through injury and then found himself behind Amauri and Vincenzo Iaquinta in the pecking order upfront.
With Milan struggling to secure Luis Fabiano from Sevilla, they could indeed turn to the French veteran, who has scored 161 goals in all competitions since joining the Turin giants.
Earlier in the day, Caliendo reiterated that the 31-year-old would be happy to remain with his current club, but would not rule out a move.
Adam Scime, Goal.com