Fabrizio Romano claims that AC Milan is getting close to being able to announce Olivier Giroud’s extension during a stellar stretch of play. When taking into account his performance for the club and nation, Giroud, 36, is in the midst of one of his best periods of the 2022–23 season. In just 25 games, he has scored 14 goals and added six assists. Milan is looking to renew his contract for this reason
There were goals in practically every game (0.8), with five goals and three assists in 13 Serie A games, four goals and two assists in the Champions League, one goal and one assist in the Nations League, and four goals in the World Cup in four appearances.
According to Fabrizio Romano’s tweets, a meeting between Giroud’s representatives and Milan is set to take place after the World Cup to finalize the terms of a new deal. According to the journalist, the new agreement is “nearly finished and scheduled to be signed shortly,” and discussions were made simpler by the fact that all sides share the same intention: to continue on what has been a fruitful path for everyone concerned.
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What does the future of Milan look like?
The updated agreement is nearly finished and will likely be signed soon. Everyone engaged wants to stay on the same route as one another, and this is their shared goal. In four World Cup games, Olivier Giroud has scored four goals. He has 13 appearances and 5 goals and 3 assists this season in the Serie A for Milan. With the Rossoneri, he appeared in 6 Champions League games and managed to score 4 goals.
In the World Cup action in Qatar, Olivier Giroud is performing really well. Because the whole AC Milan club administration has faith in the 36-year-old Frenchman, they want to extend his contract. At the conclusion of the current campaign, his existing contract with the seven-time Champions League champions ends.
The club and the striker have already planned a meeting to finalize the agreement on a new deal, according to the most recent news as reported by Fabrizio Romano.
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