Chelsea Striker Ready To Leave The Club And His Next Destination.
By Professorfutball | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 3 views
Chelsea has been a home of proficient strikers. However, end of contracts cause the forwards to sign out of the club if they not wish to extend their stay.
Despite his world class performance, Olivier Giroud has not been having adequate play time under Thomas Tuchel including the recent match against West Brom which Chelsea lost 5-2. The French man has made 14 appearances for Chelsea this season mostly as a substitute and scored 4 goals.
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport reports Giroud representatives had a meeting with Roma's technical director, Tiago Pinto over the summer move. Seemingly, the Italian Serie A club is willing to sign the 34- year old. Roma are in high demand for goal machines to reinforce their striking mechanism.
With a few months remaining to finalize his contract at Chelsea, Olivier Giroud is expected to have talks with the club to reach his ultimate decision. Time will definitely tell about his exit.
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