- Olivier Giroud could be be making a move to the MLS when he leaves Chelsea
- Giroud has failed to impress in his lone Premier League start so far for the Blues
- He was among the team that won the Europa League title last season under Sarri
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud is reportedly considering making a move to the Major Soccer League in America when he leaves the Premier League giants.
The France international joined Chelsea from Arsenal and was part of the squad that won the Europa League title last season under Muarizio Sarri.
He has not enjoyed good playing time this season under Frank Lampard and the Frenchman thinks he could move to MLS.
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"MLS, for my family, my kids who speak English, it's interesting. In a year? In two years? I don't know when.
"But of course after that I'll be open to a final challenge,'' Giroud was quoted to have told RMC according to UK Sun.
Giroud has managed to score one goal this season for Chelsea and has lost a starting line up position to Tammy Abraham.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Olivier Giroud lauded Chelsea chiefs for the appointment of club legend Frank Lampard as the new coach of the club.
The 41-year-old succeeded former boss Maurizio Sarri after signing a three year deal with the Premier League club this summer.
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