David Moyes is still keen on bringing Chelsea FC striker Olivier Giroud to West Ham.
The London club had registered interest in the Frenchman last summer but a deal didn’t materialize but with less game time for Giroud at Stamford Bridge, the striker wants a club who can guarantee him regular games ahead of the 2020 Euros.
The Mirror reports that West Ham will be willing to offload Andriy Yarmalenko to stump up the funds to secure the 34-year-old's signature with Moyes keen to sign a striker who has Premier League experience to help provide support for struggling Michail Antonio and Sebastien Haller.
Haller-who scored 20 times in his final season in the Bundesliga - has only found the net twice in 11 games for West Ham something that has seen the club fans question the standards of the Ivory Coast international.
Apart from West Ham, Giroud is attracting interest back in his native France with Marseille said to be interested in his services.
Olivier Giroud is currently both France AND Chelsea’s leading goal scorers this season.— CFC DUBois (@CFCDUBois) December 18, 2020