(GSM) – French striker David Trezeguet is open to playing for France again after former team-mate Laurent Blanc’s appointment as new national team manager.
The 32-year-old striker, who left Juventus to sign a two-year deal with Spanish club Hércules last month, had a nervous relationship with former boss Raymond Domenech.
Hence, Trezeguet retired from international football two years ago after he was snubbed by Domenech for the Euro 2008.
When asked about if he would make himself available for France now that Domenech is gone, Trezeguet answered: “Then we’ll see what happens.
“I know France has talented young players but if Laurent Blanc needs me, he knows he can count on me.”
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