Olivier Giroud reportedly agrees personal terms to join Inter Milan from Chelsea

Olivier Giroud reportedly agrees personal terms to join Inter Milan from Chelsea

- Olivier Giroud has agreed personal terms to join Serie A giants Inter Milan

- But Inter Milan will have to offer Chelsea a convincing deal for them to have Giroud

- Giroud joined Chelsea from Arsenal and he was in the squad that won the Europa League title last season

- Tammy Abraham is currently leading Chelsea's attack this season and the Englishman has been doing well

France international Olivier Giroud has reportedly agreed personal terms to join Italian club Inter Milan from Premier League giants Chelsea.

The former Arsenal striker is currently having lack of active game time this season at Stamford Bridge and he feels he should leave England for a move to Italy.

Tammy Abraham has been Chelsea's first choice up front this season, and the England international has been impressive for the Blues.

According to the report on Sky Italia, Olivier Giroud has agreed a 2.5 year provisional contract with Inter Milan.

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Antonio Conte's side will now have to make an official bid to Chelsea and hope that the Blues won't turn down their request.

Chelsea on the other hand have also been linked with some players this January 2020 after their transfer ban was lifted.

The Blues are currently occupying fourth position on the Premier League standings with 36 points after 21 games.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea reportedly agreed personal terms with Lyon forward Moussa Dembele over a potential switch to Stamford Bridge.

Blues boss Frank Lampard is keen to bolster his squad after the club's transfer ban was recently lifted as he pushes for a top-four finish this season.

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Source: Legit Nigeria

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