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Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud Confirms He Will Have To Make Decision Over Future In January[/b]
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Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud Confirms He Will Have To Make Decision Over Future In January[/b]
Giroud out in the cold[/b]
Olivier Giroud left Arsenal for Chelsea in January of 2018.[/b]
The Frenchman has gone on to enjoy a decent stint at Stamford Bridge, though his game time, particularly in 2020, has taken a major hit [url=]best soccer tips[/url] .[/b]
The first half of last season saw Giroud barely afforded a minute of action in the Premier league.[/b]
This led to January speculation that the veteran forward was set to be on the move, with Tottenham and Inter Milan linked.[/b]
However, in the end, a move failed to come to fruition.[/b]
Amid the struggles of Tammy Abraham for both form and fitness, though, Giroud was subsequently handed a number of starts over the second half of the campaign.[/b]
But, over the opening months of the new season, Giroud has once again seen his time on the pitch slashed [url=]football predictions[/url] .[/b]
The arrivals of Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and Hakim Ziyech have seen the veteran slip even further down Frank Lampard’s attacking pecking order, with Giroud, in turn, having managed a dismal 36 minutes of league action.[/b]
Giroud to assess future[/b]
As such, with the European Championships just around the corner, Giroud’s game time at club level will likely need to increase dramatically, to ensure a regular spot for France.[/b]
Didier Deschamps even recently urged his side’s hitman to ‘find another solution’ when it comes to playing time.[/b]
Now, during an interview of his own with Telefoot, Giroud has spoken out over his lack of action at Chelsea.[/b]
And the 34-year-old, unsurprisingly, appeared to hint at a potential departure from west London in January:[/b]
“It’s worrying. I thought I still had a role to play at Chelsea but my playing time is getting reduced a lot. It’s going to have to change or a decision must be made.[/b]
“I am clear-headed about my situation: I will have to make a decision in January. I hope to make the right one, as I have always done.”[/b]