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    Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez has confirmed his liking for Juventus striker David Trezeguet.

    The French international striker is set to be one of a plethora of Serie A stars who will quit the Italian game following the recent match-fixing scandal.

    Juventus, Lazio and Fiorentina were all relegated to Serie B, while Milan must start with a 15-point deduction and none are likely to appear in Europe next term.

    Now all four are bracing themselves for bids for all their star men - with permanent deals and loan moves in the offing.

    Benitez has now thrown his hat into the ring and confirmed that Trezeguet was a player he liked.

    "Trezeguet is a good player, the question is what kind of player do you need. We will look at what happens in Italy and see what we can do," he told The People.

    "All the Juventus players are good players - Trezeguet, Zambrotta, a lot of them are good players for us and for other clubs in the world.

    "They will now be a better price than they would have been three months ago."

    Benitez admits that he would be more than happy to look at temporary deals if need be.

    "There maybe possibilities for a loan deal and for me that is not a problem," Benitez added.

    "If he is a good player and he is a professional, it's not a problem for me."