French striker David Trezeguet has admitted that he could leave River Plate in the January transfer window.
The veteran forward helped the Argentine giants return to the elite division, but has been struggling for form this season.
After scoring just one goal in eight starts for the Millionaires, the 34-year-old says he is thinking about leaving the club.
“In December I will see whether I will continue at the club,” Trezeguet told reporters following the 5-0 win over Godoy Cruz.
The experienced striker joined River Plate in January 2012 on a free transfer from Bani Yas and has scored 13 goals in 19 games last season to help the Millionaires return to the top flight.
Trezeguet remains the captain of the side despite some under-par showings this season, but he could decide to prematurely end his contract with River Plate.
Former France international has two years left on his deal with Estadio Monumental outfit.