Giroud looking for Chelsea exit

Olivier Giroud has not had consistent game time this year at Chelsea. AFP

Despite his age, the World Cup victor would still be a fine signing for either Spurs, West Ham or the Eagles.

Giroud has managed just six appearances in all competitions this season, scoring once, and played only 33 minutes in total in three Premier League appearances. The player's representative, Manuello, has spoken clearly.

"Things have changed for Olivier since the beginning of September, but the only thing that remains the same is his quality in the matches with France".

Fabregas played under Mourinho during his second spell with Chelsea and played two seasons under Guardiola during his return to the Camp Nou. But at the same time, andYou are blind not to see that Frank Lampard has made a decision to put Tammy Abraham ahead of him. But he (Lampard) has the right; it is his choice.

The 34-year-old Giroud, who is contracted to the London based club until the end of the season, was incredibly close to joining Inter last summer, with all signs suggesting that he would be on his way to Milan.

"So, if indeed it continues in this direction then yes, in December, we will meet again as happened in December 2019".

However, under Didier Deschamps, the French striker has scored five goals in his last eight worldwide outings. We can not just look at the last two months and forget about the previous three years.

'But we have to be honest, and if this continues, we will have to, first and foremost for him, experience other emotions'.

Remaining in England remains the preference for the experienced forward, but Manuello admits alternative options will be considered when the next window swings open.

"The ideal would be to go overseas, discover another culture and new environment". He though did not rule out the prospect of an ambitious Premier League side transfer. "A Premier League club with big objectives could make him consider, but he's ready to try something overseas". "But there is an open mind to go and experience something elsewhere overseas".

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