Chelsea FC striker Olivier Giroud is attracting offers from four Premier League clubs.
The Frenchman isn’t happy with the lack of game time at his club and with the player being one of France main strikers’ ahead of Euros 2020, he has constantly been urged to move to a team which would guarantee him more game time.
The Athletic reports that the quartet of Tottenham, West Ham, Aston Villa and Newcastle have had Giroud on their wish-list at some point over the past year and it remains to be seen if any of them will make a move for the player in January.
The links resurface again a day after the Frenchman scored a brace as France emerged 3-2 winners over Sweden in the UEFA Nations League.
The player who has been linked with a move away from Chelsea before has found games hard to come by following the summer arrival of Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham being the preferred understudy for the German.
French manager Didier Deschamps on Tuesday admitted that the player must be playing regularly for his club if he is to make his Euros squad.
Olivier Giroud has now scored 43 international goals, now just eight shy of Thierry Henry's record 51 goals for France.— Squawka Football (@Squawka) November 17, 2020
Slowly closing in on the record. pic.twitter.com/A6V0NxLhzF