Olivier Giroud ‘will remain at Chelsea and is not in contact with Juventus’ regardless of curiosity from Serie A giants as they search Luis Suarez various
- Olivier Giroud has not but been in contact with Juventus to debate a transfer
- Juve are hope to signal an skilled goalscorer after releasing Gonzalo Higuain
- Luis Suarez, Edin Dzeko and Moise Kean additionally function on Maurizio Sarri’s shortlist
- But Giroud stays decided to struggle for his Chelsea place with Timo Werner
Olivier Giroud will reportedly keep at Chelsea this summer time regardless of switch curiosity from Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus.
The Serie A champions had turned their consideration to Giroud after struggling to succeed in an settlement for Barcelona‘s Luis Suarez and Roma’s Edin Dzeko, however The Athletic declare the Frenchman has not entered talks to go away Stamford Bridge.
Sarri is trying to reinforce his attacking choices after the Old Lady launched Gonzalo Higuain on Thursday anda transfer to deliver Everton‘s Moise Kean again to Turin has been thought of.
Juventus have an interest in signing Oliver Giroud, however the ahead plans to remain at Chelsea
The 33-year-old skilled at Cobham on Thursday forward of the season opener at Brighton
GIROUD AT CHELSEA
Trophies: 2 (FA Cup + Europa League)
Giroud has additionally been recognized as a possible goal however no formal supply has been made by the Italian membership.
The 33-year-old signed an extension to his Blues contract in May which is able to cowl the whole lot of the 2020-21 season, nonetheless this has not deterred golf equipment.
The ahead was disregarded of Frank Lampard’s squad over the primary half of the 2019-20 marketing campaign and attracted curiosity from Tottenham, Inter Milan and Lazio.
Once Giroud was reintroduced in February, he scored eight targets in 13 video games for Chelsea and this week netted his fortieth worldwide purpose throughout France’s 4-2 victory over Croatia in the Nations League.
He maintains he is decided to struggle for his spot in Lampard’s beginning XI after the £53million arrival of Timo Werner from RB Leipzig.
Giroud grew to become France’s third all-time main scorer by netting his fortieth purpose in opposition to Croatia
Giroud advised Telefoot: ‘I have never spoken to Lampard.
‘One factor is sure: the competitors will pull us all to the highest. An amazing membership ought to have completely different choices in every place.
‘We wish to be in the race for the title and I’m right here. I completed the season effectively and I proved to the supervisor that he can depend on me.
‘Werner is not the identical profile as me, I hope to have some taking part in time.’