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Olivier Giroud set to snub West Ham united by signing a two year deal with Ac Milan

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Olivier Giroud on the move (Photo; Getty)

Chelsea forward Olivier Giroud ‘is set to snub West Ham and sign a two-year deal with AC Milan’ when he leaves Chelsea on a free transfer in the summer

Giroud is confident he can still make an impact in the Champions League

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Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud is on the verge of signing with  AC Milan on a two-year deal, according to reports.

Chelsea are planning a massive clear-out of their players this summer and Giroud who is set to become a free agent when his contract runs out on June 30, is one of those expected to leave the club.

And according to Italian publication Calciomercato.com, the French striker has chosen AC Milan as his next destination having received offers elsewhere from the likes of West Ham and New York CityFC.

The report goes onto claim that Giroud still believes he can have a big impact at the highest level, and he is ‘intrigued’ by the chance to play in Serie A and in the Champions League again.

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Giroud, 34, has reportedly come to an agreement with Milan over a two-year deal worth £3.4million-per-season with performance-related bonuses on top.

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