Reports have speculated that President Andrea Agnelli and his board resigned due to alleged secret payments of player salaries, which were unsustainable.
Trezequet, who scored 171 goals in 320 appearances for the Bianconeri between 2000 and 2010, believes he could help the Old Lady bounce back. "I think it is mainly a bureaucratic, administrative matter. There will be changes, but Andrea Agnelli has done an extraordinary job: the stadium, the sports centre, the second team. He has been an example," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport. "At Juve I spent ten years as a player and seven at the club. I did the sporting director course in Spain to get to know another type of football. "In 2021 I chose to end as ambassador and return to the sporting side, there was no opportunity to do that at Juve, but for me Juve is always home. I'm there for Juve, if they call me back, I'll be back."
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