ChelseaPremier League

Oliver Giroud agrees to personal terms with Inter Milan

Oliver Giroud agrees to personal terms with Inter Milan

According to L’Equipe, Chelsea forward Oliver Giroud has reached an agreement over personal terms with Inter Milan.

The 33-year-old French striker has been out of favor for Frank Lampard’s side, down the pecking order behind emerging star Tammy Abraham and Michy Batshuayi.

Giroud simply needs more playing time if he wants to make Didier Deschamps side for the Euro 2020. However, it’s not clear joining Inter Milan will guarantee Giroud's first-team status.

Antonio Conte’s side features red-hot goalscorers Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez. The possible reunion between Giroud and Conte in Italy may hinge on the availability of the injured Alexis Sanchez.

The Nerazzurri were eliminated from the Champions League earlier this week and will compete in the Europa League. Giroud won the Europa League with Chelsea last year.

Giroud also linked to Crystal Palace and Atletico Madrid

According to the Mirror, Giroud is also linked to Crystal Palace and Atletico Madrid.

Both teams would be able to meet the player’s €500k a month gross salary.

Giroud is a long-admirer of London and would prefer to stay in the city. However, with goals lacking, Atletico Madrid could lure the Frenchman into an active role as part of the team's strike force.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, however, refuses to talk about Giroud’s exit. “I won’t have a talk about January until we get there. I am happy for him to stay, but I want everyone to be here for Chelsea. He has shown me that in training,” said the Blues boss. 

Follow us on Twitter to find out where the Frenchman winds up next.

Related posts

The best Haaland post-game reaction memes versus Tottenham

Robert Baum

Will Mohamed Salah make a stunning move to Saudi Arabia this summer?

Robert Baum

The top 10 center backs in the world 2023/24

Robert Baum

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More