Juventus striker David Trezeguet is unlikely to leave in the summer, claims his agent Antonio Caliendo.
Before the start of the season, Trezeguet sent shockwaves through Turin when he claimed he could leave at the end of his contract in 2010. However, after a good campaign thus far, the Frenchman recently suggested he would reconsider his future at the club and he could stay after all.
Caliendo has now underlined the player's stance, claiming he may well sign an extension.
"Trezeguet is always becoming more important for Juventus. the affection he has been getting from everyone has changed his thoughts," Caliendo told Tuttomercatoweb.com.
"He has Juventus in his veins and when there is difficulty, he is the first to role up his sleeves. He also has an excellent relationship with Ciro Ferrara."
Trezeguet has returned to training following a calf muscle strain, but with Juve training behind closed doors, it is unknown as to whether he will play against Inter tomorrow.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com