Juventus general manager Luciano Moggi has rejected talk of selling David Trezeguet to Barcelona.
The French striker had been tipped for a summer move to Barcelona, but according to Moggi there have been no talks with Barca.
‘There has been no contact with the Catalan club and therefore no negotiations are taking place,” Moggi told Radio Barcelona.
“It is highly possible that Barca are interested in the player but there is an abyss between that and a sale.
“A lot of clubs are keen on Trezeguet but I can guarantee that we will not be selling him. He will remain with Juventus.”
Meanwhile, Barcelona’s technical director Txiki Begiristain confirmed that signing Spanish players would be the priority for the club in the summer.
“He is an interesting player, but today we have several forwards like Saviola, Kluivert or Sergio Garcia, who are the cause of our present good results,” said Begiristain.
“We have to know the fee asked by Juventus. The list of our next reinforcements is almost settled.
“It will change too considering the results at the end of the season and we will give the priority to Spanish players, except on key posts.”