David Trezeguet’s future at Juventus is the source of constant transfer speculation in Italy and, if anything, his agent has now added further fuel to the fire.
The 31-year-old has been tipped to leave the Old Lady since the end of last season, and was linked with a return to his homeland to join either Olympique Lyonnais or Olympique de Marseille
However, no offers materialised and he resumed training with the rest of the Juve squad this month under the vigilant eye of new boss Ciro Ferrara.
“David is enthusiastic, he told me there is a new atmosphere at the training camp,” agent Antonio Caliendo told Leggo.
“He has realised that the team can start a new winning cycle. He’s happy to remain at Juventus, but it’s best not to count our chickens just yet.”
Juventus are allegedly prepared to part company with the striker, who earns €4.5 million-a-year, and are hoping to get at least €10m from his sale to raise some cash for their transfer campaign.
Press reports claim this morning that Milan are ready to table a cash offer plus the services of Massimo Oddo to land the former Monaco man, but only if the Rossoneri fail to land Sevilla ace Luis Fabiano.
Vince Masiello, Goal.com