Former Arsenal and Chelsea striker expresses interest in extending his tenure at Milan as his contract approaches its conclusion in June.
The 37-year-old remains a prominent goal scorer for France, notably netting twice in their recent victory against Gibraltar,
as he netted his initial goal with a forceful, low left-footed strike across the goal, while his second showcased an overhead kick from close range, hinting at the influence of Rafael Leao’s technique
Giroud’s contract with Milan has less than a year remaining, yet he remains resolute about his future, expressing his eagerness to stay.
He consistently proves himself as an essential component of Stefano Pioli’s squad in Lombardy, notably standing out as their most dependable center forward.
With Zlatan Ibrahimovic‘s retirement, he has assumed a crucial leadership role, serving as a guiding figure for his younger teammates.
Giroud’s current contract with Milan ends this season, prompting the club to initiate talks with his agents regarding a potential new deal, aiming to keep the experienced striker.
Simultaneously, Rossoneri officials are scouting for a younger number nine, such as Lille’s Jonathan David.
In an interview with Le Journal du Dimanche, Giroud discussed his contractual status at Milan and his future aspirations.
“My contract expires in June. I haven’t spoken about it with the club yet, but I would like to stay. I’m convinced I can still be useful to this team.”
AC Milan set to clash with Fiorentina this Saturday, with Olivier Giroud poised to showcase his value and drive the team to victory.