Juventus president Giovanni Cobolli Gigli insists there's no lingering rift between David Trezeguet and coach Claudio Ranieri.

"I saw Trezeguet training with Ranieri yesterday," Cobolli Gigli revealed.

"I think the argument was resolved by Jean-Claude Blanc's declarations after the game on Saturday.

"We need to be strongly focused at the moment and I hope that Trez will train hard and be ready when Ranieri calls upon him."

There have been rumours in the Italian Press that Milan are plotting a bold swoop for Juve striking star Amauri.

"It's just talk," Cobolli Gigli insisted. "Amauri isn't for sale - he is one of our great champions, like Trezeguet.

"They are very important to this club and their futures are linked to the club.

"As for summer signings, there is a list and Blanc is working on that with Alessio Secco. Clearly the first thing is to look for a replacement for Pavel Nedved."