Liverpool €10m striker target 'called and available'

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Former Juventus striker David Trezeguet is being linked with a Barclays Premier League move by his agent.

The French international striker has been linked with a number of English clubs during his 17 year professional career, with Liverpool one of the most recent to take an interest in the summer.

"An interest of Liverpool? There are requests, not just of Liverpool," agent Antonio Caliendo told in August.

The striker would join La Liga outfit Hercules, but is being linked with a move away from Spain after only six months at the club.

"I have now been called by England. There is a British club very interested in Trezeguet and Hercules are considering their important proposal," Caliendo has told the same website.

"David is available, but we are also considering other possibilities."


Blackburn are also thought to be one of the interested parties in the player, with the club's new owner eager to add a big-name signing after they failed to land Ronaldinho.

Liverpool are in the market for a striker as negotiations with Ajax over the signing of Luis Suarez continue to stall.

Kenny Dalglish is searching for an attacking foil for Fernando Torres at Anfield, and whilst Trezeguet has not been on the Anfield radar in recent months he could be an option for Liverpool.

It is thought that an offer in the region of €10 million should be enough for Liverpool or Blackburn to land the player.

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