David Trezeguet is a French footballer who currently plays with Italian team Juventus. He was born in Rouen, France but started his footballing career in Argentina as his father is Argentinian.
He started his career playing for the youth side of Atletico Platense and at the young age of 16, he did his first-team debut.
Back to France in 1995, he was bought by Monaco and it was here that he got his world-wide fame. He was chosen to play for France U-18 and managed to win the U-18 European Championships with France. Furthermore, he became World Champion in 1998 with the French National Team. Two years later he won the European Championship, thanks to his golden goal in extra-time against Italy. In the same year, he also won the French League title with Monaco. With Monaco, he won 2 league championships and scored 52 goals.
After his excellent performances with Monaco and France, Trezeguet was brought to Italy by Juventus. In 7 years playing for the Bianconeri, Trezeguet achieved 4 Serie A titles (of which 2 were revoked) and 2 Italian Super Cups, scoring 125 goals in 204 appearances. In 2004 he became Juventus. most prolific-scoring foreign striker, surpassing legends Platini and John Charles.