David Trezeguet's agent, Antonio Caliendo, has not ruled out the possibility of his client joining Roma this summer.
The Juventus striker has been linked with an exit from the club, and with reports claiming the Giallorossi could cash in on Mirko Vucinic, voices surrounding the Frenchman's proposed move to the capital have grown louder.
"Roma are still interested in Trezeguet and that is normal," Caliendo told Romagiallorossa.com.
"If Roma are looking for a striker, and if Juve allow him to leave, then the chances of him joining the Lupi are there."
Despite plenty of rumours surrounding his client, Caliendo admits he has not received any instructions from Juve. In addition, the agent feels Roma could find it hard to sign 'Trez' due to their financial problems.
"I have not heard anything official from Juventus, but I have spoken to [Roma director] Daniele Prade about many things," added the agent.
"The problem is that Roma need to balance their accounts and thus they are moving with caution."
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com