According to reputable journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that Chelsea and France Forward Olivier Giroud has completed a move to Seria A giants Ac Milan, with the 34 year old set to fly to Milano tomorrow for his medicals and then official announcement will be made. Contract until 2023.
Despite signing a one year contract extension with Chelsea a few weeks ago, the France International has opted for a move out of Stamford bridge this summer in search of enough playing time. Giroud is set to join his former Chelsea teammate Fikayo Tomori at the San Siro. The Rassoneri triggered the 23 year old's £25m buy option this summer after he impressed in his 6 months loan spell.
The veteran Striker Olivier Giroud has notched in 39 goals in his 119 appearances for Chelsea since his move from bitter rivals Arsenal in January 2018, helping them to three major honours including a Champions league crown(2021), UEFA Europa league title(2019) and FA Cup(2020) and hence he would be an ideal addition to stafano Pioli's squad.
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