Chelsea star Olivier Giroud enjoys summer holiday in Spain with wife Jenifer

Chelsea star Olivier Giroud enjoys summer holiday in Spain with wife Jenifer

- Giroud will join his Chelsea teammates next month after extended summer holiday

- He won the 2018 FIFA World Cup with France in Russia after beating Croatia 4-2 in the final

- The striker joined the Stamford Bridge outfit after dumping Arsenal earlier this year due to limited playing time

France international Olivier Giroud is yet to join the rest of his Chelsea teammates as the 2018 World Cup winning striker is currently enjoying his summer in Spain.

Though, he didn't score a single goal in the tournament, his presence on the pitch in all the games he played gave Les Blues attack some depth.

With Antoinne Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe joining him upfront to make up a deadly force any defence dreaded in Russia.

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He is however enjoying his break with his stunning wife Jenifer playing volleyball on the beach in Formentera and also sharing some intimate moments.

They have been married since 2011 according to Dailymail and they took time to rekindle their love after celebrating France's success in Russia in the middle of this month.

As seen in some of the pictures, the striker is also wearing a new look after cutting off most of his hair previous week.

Meanwhile, the Blues authorities have granted him the chance to return to the club next month in a bid to have enough rest after a tough World Cup period.

Maurizio Sarri's men will battle Inter Milan in a pre-season friendly encounter in Nice having defeated Perth Glory 1-0 earlier this week.

And they were without a number of their key players who reached advance stage of the summer football showpiece - Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois, and N'Golo Kante.

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However, the Blues squad was boosted by the early return of Victor Moses and Cesar Azpilicueta and might likely feature in the game. previously reported that Olivier Giroud fulfilled his promise as he shaved his head after winning the World Cup.

The 31-year-old striker was one of a number of Les Bleus who promised they will do a number of challenges if they win the trophy.

He is famous for his chiseled good looks and impeccable beard and hair, so to lose it looks to have been a big shock for Giroud.

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