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Wonderful Times Says Olivier Giroud As He Joins Ac Milan

Olivier Giroud has joined Milan from Chelsea, who won the Champions League last season.
Milan did not disclose the transfer fee or the length of the contract, but the striker is said to have cost roughly one million euros. He is likely to sign a two-year contract with the club.
After joining Chelsea from Arsenal in 2018, Giroud scored 39 goals in 119 games in all competitions, helping the London club win the Champions League, Europa League, and FA Cup.
Before leaving the Premier League club, the 34-year-old praised Chelsea’s fans, players, and coaches for “great experiences.”
“A huge thank you to all the Blues, my teammates, coaches, and the entire club for these special moments,” Giroud tweeted.
“I’m embarking on a new adventure with a light and joyful heart.”
Our successes in the FA Cup, Europa League, and Champions League have been amazing.” A huge thank you to all of the Blues, my teammates, coaches, and the entire club for these memorable occasions. I’m embarking on a new adventure with a light and cheerful heart.
Our FA Cup, Europa League, and Champions League successes have been spectacular.
Oli G adores you.
Giroud joined Chelsea from Arsenal in January 2018 and has a year left on his contract at Stamford Bridge. pic.twitter.com/HytVlp0uYx — Olivier Giroud (@_OlivierGiroud_) July 16, 2021
Following the acquisition of German attackers Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, he only started eight Premier League games for Chelsea last season.
He was a member of France’s Euro 2020 campaign, in which the world champions were eliminated in the last-16 by Switzerland.
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Milan signed Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori on a permanent deal in June after he spent the second half of the 2020-21 season on loan with the Italian club.
Milan, who finished second in Serie A last season, will kick off their 2021-22 league campaign on August 22 against Sampdoria.

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