Agent reveals David Trezeguet trying to rescind contract with Hercules

French forward moves closer to leaving the relegated Spanish club and offers are not in short supply, but he wants to play in European competition
David Trezeguet has moved a step closer to leaving Hercules as his agent claims the procedure to rescind his 2012 deal has started as Napoli are told there is competition for his services.

The 33-year-old striker is leaving the Spanish club less than 12 months after joining them on a three-year deal from Juventus.

Hercules' relegation into the Segunda Division appears to have weighed heavily on his decision, and agent Antonio Caliendo has confirmed his plans.

"I have been working for the rescission with Hercules and now we are looking towards the future," Caliendo told Sky Sport Italia.

"There are other clubs aside from Napoli interested in the player. There are windows which are being opened around Europe."

And, it seems the forward wants to play for a club who will be involved in European competition.

"David has many offers. He wants to play in the cup competitions and his choices will be influenced by playing in Europe," he added.

Trezeguet scored 12 goals in 31 appearances in the Primera Division in the 2010-11 campaign and has also been linked with moves to Al-Wasl, Dynamo Kiev and teams in MLS.

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