Olivier Giroud, a forward for AC Milan, is “open to going back to London”

Olivier Giroud
Photo of Olivier Giroud – Wikimedia.org

Giroud has had one of the best parts of his career since he left Chelsea for San Siro in 2021. He helped Milan win the Serie A title in his first season there.

In 69 games for I Rossoneri, the 36-year-old has scored 25 goals and set up 10 others. His good form helped him shine for France at the World Cup.

But Giroud’s contract with Milan runs out at the end of the season, and he hasn’t signed a new one yet.

The veteran recently said that he would rather sign a new contract with Milan and finish his career there.

Even though he hasn’t signed a contract yet, Giroud can still talk to teams outside of Italy.

The Sun says that if he doesn’t stay at Milan, Giroud might think about coming back to London.

Giroud played for Arsenal and Chelsea for nine years before he was allowed to leave Stamford Bridge after they won the Champions League.

Even though he isn’t likely to go back to either club and isn’t likely to play for Tottenham Hotspur, other London clubs are reportedly interested in signing him.

According to the report, Fulham, Brentford, Crystal Palace, and West Ham United would all be willing to sign Giroud for free.

Aside from Palace, each of these three teams wants to play in Europe in 2023–24. Fulham and Brentford are fighting to finish in the top seven of the Premier League.

West Ham is right on the edge of the relegation zone, but David Moyes’ team is in the last 16 of the Europa Conference League. If they win, they will qualify for the Europa League.

Palace, on the other hand, hasn’t scored many goals this season and is led by Patrick Vieira, a former Arsenal star and fellow Frenchman of Giroud.

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