Monday, January 14, 2013

Trezeguet interested in MLS move

The ex-French International looks towards MLS as next move

Henry helps hyping up the league

MLS Transfers has learned from a source that current River Plate star David Trezeguet is "looking into" a move to the North American league.

David has struggled of late as he has played 10 games for the Argentine giants this season while only producing 1 goal. As recent as of Decemeber, Trezeguet was linked to a move back to Italy from SportsMole which talked about the desire to leave South America. Tough times in Italian football has seen a economic setback in which a Trezeguet move looks unlikely.

MLS is seen as an option though. The source has also said that within the past week New York Red Bulls star forward Thierry Henry went to visit him while on a trip to visit Red Bull Brasil as well as to promote Puma, the brand that endorses Henry. The source said that the two discussed Trezeguet's future footballing plans in which Henry "hyped up the league".

Trezeguet visited the United States as recent as 2010 to play on Juventus' summer tour which visited cities such as New York and Toronto.

What do we think about this rumor? Could Trezeguet be a good fit for your team or do you think he's past his prime and doesn't deserve to come? Let us know in the comments below.

1 comment:

  1. At 35 he's definitely not getting any better. In 29 appearances he scored 14 times for river plate which isn't bad at all (putting 1 in 10 to the side, he had 13 in 19 games). I still think he would be a great asset on most teams and he'll definitely bring more hype and prestige to the league