Olivier Giroud, who was a key player for France at the World Cup, is now being talked about as a possible replacement for Ronaldo at Manchester United.
Olivier Giroud is 36 years old, but he still puts on a show for his club, AC Milan, and for the French national team. After becoming the French national team’s all-time leading scorer, the striker is getting a lot of attention in Europe, even though his contract with the Rossoneri will end at the end of this season. Because of his contract, some teams have to look into his case. Manchester United, for example, is looking for a centre-forward since Cristiano Ronaldo left and is interested in Giroud. The five-time winner of the Ballon d’Or made history when he moved to Saudi Arabia to play for Al-Nassr.
Eric ten Hag was looking for Olivier Giroud in January
Paul Joyce of the Times got information that the Red Devils, led by Erik ten Hag, looked closely at the french player at the World Cup so that they could improve in that area over the winter. This season, the offence has been strong. The idea sounded good to the English leaders, especially since Olivier Giroud was in the middle of a strong season with France at the time. Giroud scored four goals, and one of them helped France beat England in the quarterfinals. Giroud seems to be happy at AC Milan and is expected to sign a new contract with the team soon.
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After four exciting years at Chelsea, the tricolour centre forward is doing well in Italy, and it is likely that he will extend his contract with Milan this coming winter. La Gazzetta Dello Sport said that the club led by Stefano Pioli would be hopeful about extending the striker’s contract because he has scored 10 goals and set up 6 others since the season started. In the next few days, the athlete and his board will get together to finish the contract they have been working on. If this keeps happening, Manchester United will give up on trying to sign the French striker.