David Trezeguet eyeing move back to France

Hercules striker David Trezeguet is considering a move back to

the French league next season because he wants to win trophies

again.

Trezeguet has scored 11 league goals in the Spanish top flight

for struggling Hercules, which is in the relegation zone with six

matches remaining.

”A return to France is possible,” Trezeguet told L’Equipe

television late Thursday. ”Sentimentally, I love Monaco. But other

clubs have more ambition, like Lyon. It is an ambitious club that

looks to win trophies. That’s what I want to rediscover.”

The 33-year-old Trezeguet played for Monaco for five seasons

before joining Juventus in 2000, having scored the Golden Goal

winner for France in the European Championship final against

Italy.

He went on to score 138 goals in 245 league games for Juventus,

forming a prolific partnership with Alessandro Del Piero, before

joining Hercules at the start of this season.

He scored 34 goals in 71 appearances for France, but fell out

with former coach Raymond Domenech.