River Plate striker David Trezeguet could return to Italian Serie A, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The veteran striker joined the Argentine giants in January 2012, but his return to Argentina hasn’t gone as planned.
Despite doing well to help the club return to the elite division, the player has struggled for form this season, and was labeled by the fans as the main culprit for the departure of coach Matias Almeyda.
As a result, Trezeguet is disappointed with the treatment he is receiving in Argentina and wants to end his playing career in Europe.
Given that the 35-year-old plans to live in Monaco after retiring, he would only consider playing in French Ligue 1 or Italian Serie A.
A number of Serie A clubs would be interested in signing the experienced striker at a cut-back fee in January, although a return to high-flying Monaco remains an option as well.