Football has been on hold for a while now due to the coronavirus pandemic but it has not stopped players and clubs from considering their futures whilst they hope to return to action on the pitch as soon as possible.
The transfer market has been garnering much of the attention lately due to no action on the pitch and one player who is looking out for the summer transfer window is Chelsea striker and France international Olivier Giroud.
It can be recalled that the Frenchman was linked with moves to Inter Milan and Lazio in January but had no choice but to stay put at Stamford Bridge as no reinforcements came in. In a chat with Tf1 on a possible transfer, Giroud said:
“For me the most interesting project was the one with Inter; I already spoke with Conte and he coached me at Chelsea.”
“I lived six difficult months and I wanted a change of air, but my club made the condition to find a replacement before letting me leave. I hoped until midnight on January 31 that I’d transfer in nerazzurro. Lazio came here to London to speak with the managers, but at the end I needed to understand that I’d be staying. Everything pushed back to June with Inter? Who knows…”