Former star striker David Trezeguet expresses his opinion regarding Juventus’ trouble while opening the door for a return as director.
The Bianconeri have been experiencing problems that reach their peak with the resignation from the board of directors on Monday.
Juventus’ former striker, David Trezeguet has his own take regarding the chaotic situation at the club.
The 2000 Euro winner believes that aside from the recent twist, Juventus’ coaching changes and inconsistent transfer philosophy have also created problems for them.
Nevertheless, the ex-striker would love to help Juventus by returning to the club where he made a name for himself, becoming the best foreign scorer in the history of the Old Lady.
“The board of directors leaving? To me it looks like a bureaucratic and administrative matter,” Trezeguet told La Gazzetta Dello Sport(via Ilbianconero.com).
“I’m surprised by the coaching changes. From Allegri to Sarri and Pirlo, then back to Allegri.
“They had a policy based on youth, but then they went out and signed experienced players instead. It’s difficult to win like that,” the ex-striker continued.
“What if Juve called me? For Juve, I will be there, I would like to return. There are other people who have to decide but I believe I can be useful as I know Juve inside out.”
Trezeguet scored 171 goals in 320 appearances with the Old Lady and even agreed to play in Serie B when Juventus were relegated in 2006 after the Calciopoli scandal.
He spent ten years at the club, leaving Turin in the summer of 2010, joining Hercules in Spain.
He retired in 2014 after a brief spell at Pune City in India.