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Piero Mac2010-05-05 09:15:16 +0000 #1
‘Trezegol’ is unfazed by transfer talk regarding his future and insists he still feels part of the Bianconeri’s plans.

Juventus are reportedly trying to offload striker David Trezeguet, with press reports suggesting that the Old Lady have proposed a part-exchange deal for Villarreal starlet Giuseppe Rossi, but the Frenchman is adamant he will remain in Piedmont.

“At the beginning of July I will be in Turin, ready for the pre-season camp and to dive into the new season,” Trezeguet told Tuttosport.

“I have two years left on my contract with the Bianconeri and I know that the directors have said that I am unsellable and part of the club’s history.

“I know that my last season was poor due to the injury and surgery that sidelined me for a long time, but I am now healed and feel okay. I can’t wait to be a protagonist at Juve again.”

Trezeguet underwent a double knee operation in September and only returned to action in February. However, he found his first-team opportunities limited after falling out with coach Claudio Ranieri.

Ranieri has now been replaced by Ciro Ferrara and Trezeguet admits he will soon discuss his future with the new boss.

“No, I have yet to talk to him,” he said. “I have only had contacts with my agent so far. There will be time to speak with the new coach. We were team-mates and know each other very well.

“I talked to Ciro and the directors in May and they know what I think.”

Piero Mac2010-05-05 09:19:54 +0000 #2
Well, I think that Trezeguet should stay in Juve untill he retires. If he gets in a good form in this preparement period, he should be a starter in Juve's lineup. He is a striker of moment, has twice more expirience than Iaquinta or Amauri, and is a fair player. He scores allways when is in a chance, and he could be a great partner to Amauri in attack. Maybe Ferrara won't be foolish like that bastard Ranieri to put Trezeguet on the bench when he says he wants to play, and if Trez wants to play, he will score, I assure you of that. Giovinco and Diego are going to provide balls, and often score them selfes, but I mean, Trezeguet is a Eto'o, Henry, class. It is just a question of time when he is going to get his great form back. Iaquinta was Italy's worst player on the Confederations Cup, and I think that Amauri is better than him because he runs, dribbles and scores, and Iaquinta only shoots, and often misses the target, but he is a joker, and can be used as a super sub and sometimes start him self as well.
StreetPoet132010-05-05 09:53:46 +0000 #3
Its very nice tht Trezeguet stay! i mean wht team wouldnt like a player like he?
Musicá2010-05-05 10:06:06 +0000 #4
^ Many teams. Possibly at his prime, but not now.

Also, Juventus has just signed Felipe Melo from Fiorentina for 20 million + Marchionni.
StreetPoet132010-05-05 10:23:52 +0000 #5
its like .. one of the flags of Juve.. he cannot leave tht easy.
Musicá2010-05-05 09:33:07 +0000 #6
Unfortunately, he will probably only be a benchwarmer.
Piero Mac2010-05-05 10:16:30 +0000 #7
Are you an idiot?
Andygers2010-05-05 10:41:43 +0000 #8
Believe it or not he was linked with us last week.

Yes thats right Cash strapped Rangers were willing to spend 9 Mil on him.

It would be funny if he joined us after all this financial crisis talk at Ibrox.



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