Former Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla has called AC Milan striker Olivier Giroud the best player. Hence, they continue to remain the best of friends.
Giroud is going to be one of the most important player for the national team. France’s manager has also said that he is an underrated player.
THE GOOD OLD DAYS AT ARSENAL
Santi Cazorla has called AC Milan striker Olivier Giroud the best player. Both were teammates at Arsenal under the management of Arsene Wenger. They both helped the club win multiple trophies and qualify for the Champions League every season. Hence, many of the players of that time have stayed friends till now. Santi Cazorla and Giroud played together for six years.
After leaving Giroud went to Chelsea and AC Milan to win more trophies. While Cazorla went to Spain and played his last playing years in Qatar. Cazorla sharing a photo with the French striker wrote on social media,
“What a joy to see you again my friend “You are the best and I hope to see you again soon, thanks for today and good luck in the World Cup brother. Kisses for your family!”
AC MILAN ARE IN POSITIVE DISCUSSIONS FOR OLIVER GIROUD’S CONTRACT EXTENSION
Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has said that AC Milan are in discussions to extend the contract of Oliver Giroud. The report also claims that the talks are moving in a positive direction. Hence, both parties are hopeful of an agreement. Therefore, it is clear that Olivier Giroud is in his best shape and best form at the age of 36.
The AC Milan striker has scored 9 goals and provided 4 assists in 19 games in all competitions this season. He has also scored 51 goals for France in his whole career. Hence, he needs an only one goal to become the nation’s leading goal-scorer in history. Therefore, it is clear that the France striker will hope to lead AC Milan to another title.
AC Milan will also hope that Oliver Giroud returns from a World Cup injury. He has already scored 2 goals in the World Cup’s first match against Australia. Hence, Giroud is continuing to score goals for fun this season on the club and international levels.
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