David Trezeguet will return to Juventus in December to salute the fans he never got a chance to say goodbye to.
The Frenchman, the club’s most prolific foreign player thanks to 171 goals in 320 games, left the Old Lady for Hercules in August 2010.
“As promised, I will be in Turin on 14 December,” the man who Luciano Moggi signed from Monaco in 2000 stated.
“It will be an important occasion for me since I have a strong bond with the club and, above all, I want to see all you fans again.
“I will be at the stadium to celebrate with you.”
The striker, now with Newell’s Old Boys after a spell at River Plate, is set to walk out on to the pitch at the Juventus Stadium during half-time of the Juve-Sassuolo tie.
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