NNU has gathered that Olivier Jonathan Giroud French professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Chelsea and the France national team after he began his career at Grenoble in Ligue 2 before joining Tours in 2008, now confirms his doubt over his Chelsea future once again as he has said he now receives offers from other clubs.
Giroud, 32, will see his current deal expire this summer, unless Chelsea activate a year-long extension, which they have until the end of the season to do.
The France striker has been unsettled at Stamford Bridge due to a lack of first-team games, admitting in January that his future at the club looked bleak following the arrival of Gonzalo Higuain from Juventus.
He has made just seven starts in the Premier League this season and only six appearances in the division since Higuain’s arrival in the winter transfer window.
“I am frustrated when not on the pitch, but I just don’t want to show it.
“I am not happy to be the second striker. I don’t know [if I will be here next season] you have to speak to Marina [Granovskaia]. I want to enjoy my football. It must be decided by the end of the season.
“Yes [I have received offers from other clubs] but I cannot tell you yet. I am focused on Chelsea,” Giroud said on Wednesday, ahead of Chelsea’s Europa League quarter-final second leg against Slavia Prague.