posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 12:53 PM
David Trezeguet looks set to pledge his future to Juventus even though he admits he could earn more money playing elsewhere.
Trezeguet, currently on international duty with France at Euro 2004, had been widely expected to follow coach Marcello Lippi out of Juventus this
summer with Barcelona apparently keen to snap-up the highly-rated hitman as a replacement for Patrick Kluivert.
Other reported suitors include Chelsea, who could turn their attentions to Turin after failing in a bid to sign AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko, while
the Rouen-born striker admitted to interest from the Rossoneri's city rivals Inter.
But Trezeguet has been impressed by the appointment of former Roma boss Fabio Capello as Juve's new coach and the 26-year-old is seemingly keen to
remain at the Delle Alpi.