Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea could be poised to lose star striker Olivier Giroud in the coming few days with the France international said to have reached an agreement with Serie A giants AC Milan ahead of a potential transfer.
According to reports from Italian outlet, Calciomercato.com, Giroud have agreed a two-year contract with the Rossoneri with him set to pocket a salary of €4million per year including bonuses, at the San Siro Stadium.
Moreover, the reports state that the London-based club are ready to allow the Frenchman leave in a free transfer despite him signing a one-year contract extension at the Stamford Bridge few weeks ago, with a potential transfer fee only applying to clubs in the Premier League.
Joining the Blues from arch-rivals, Arsenal back in January, 2020, Giroud has proved to be a huge hit at the club, with him managing to chip in several goals besides helping the club to clinch a number of trophies including the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League and hence, he could be a great signing for AC Milan.
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