Los Angeles Galaxy have upscaled their interest in Juventus striker David Trezeguet and they are ready to make a move for him, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
After being linked with Milan's Ronaldinho on Friday, the American outfit have planned a deal worth €3 million over the course of two years for the Frenchman.
The deal will be paid for by sponsorship equity and the 33-year-old will team up with David Beckham if he accepts the offer.
Trezeguet still has one year left on his current term with Juve and Galaxy would have to make an offer to the Bianconeri for the transfer, but they are reluctant to do so. Their offer is based on Juventus letting Trezeguet leave for free.
Gazzetta's report, however, contradicts what Antonio Caliendo, the player's agent, said on Friday.
He told Tuttomercatoweb.com that Trezeguet was close to Arab club Al-Ahli after they showed an interest.
"The Arab interest is real and there is a risk that alot of Juventus players will transfer themselves there," he said.
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