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The Bianconeri are busy looking to replace the Frenchman in case he leaves this summer...

16 Mar 2009 18:26:57

Sergio Floccari - Atalanta-Torino - Serie A (Grazia Neri)

Following the recent fallout between coach Claudio Ranieri and David Trezeguet, Juventus have begun lining up replacements should the prolific Frenchman leave this summer.

Trezeguet publicly voiced his displeasure at being substituted in the Champions League return-leg against Chelsea last week, while the 'Tinkerman' responded by saying that the former Monaco man was acting like a 'spoilt child'.

This has led to speculation that Trezeguet will be leaving Turin this summer and the Bianconeri have their eyes on Atalanta star Sergio Floccari and Udinese and Italian international striker Fabio Quagliarella as targets for their summer transfer campaign, according to Tuttosport.

At the moment, Quagliarella seems like the more plausible option as Udinese president Giampaolo Pozzo has already announced the player may be on his way out this summer. Meanwhile, while Floccari is also likely to leave the Orobici at the end of the season, however, reports suggest that Roma are keen on acquirin g the former Messina player and are in pole position for his signature.

Both players were impressive on the weekend, scoring for their respective sides. Floccari grabbed a brace against Torino, while Quagliarella salvaged a point for his side with a goal against Catania.

Adam Scime, Goal.com


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