David Trezeguet could be back in Italy next season after his agent revealed that he would be leaving Hercules.
The former French international only joined the Spanish side from Juventus last summer, but he's set for another switch.
"I've spoken with the President of Hercules," Antonio Caliendo told Radio Kiss Kiss on Tuesday. "Trezeguet will be free in June.
"He'll rescind his contract and will be available on a free transfer."
The striker has been linked with Napoli in the past and his representative would be in favour of such a switch.
"Napoli would be an important move, but they have a few other things to think about right now as they have to resolve the Walter Mazzarri problem," the agent added.
"But David is one of the most prolific strikers in Europe, a player who averages 20 goals a season."
The Azzurri's plans for the future do seem to be on hold for the moment as it's unclear whether Mazzarri will remain as Coach.
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