The France International currently Chelsea player Olivier Giroud is closing on a permanent move to AC Milan,the Italian team is interested on his services this summer.He is set to travel to Italy for a medical before signing for AC Milan in a €2m deal.
Olivier Giroud signed a one year deal last summer at Stamford Bridge with an option to extend it by further one year but has the things looks like,he his set to live and find a challenge in another club.
He was sold by arsenal to Chelsea for £18m in January 2018.The France striker has scored 39 goals 119 matches on his time at Stamford Bridge winning three trophies with current Champions title included.He helped the blues so much during last summers champions league,in some matches he was the key man on the pitch.
The Italian team "AC Milan" has also signed Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori this summer,they finished second in serial A last season thus assured them a direct entry to champions league this coming season.
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