Frank Lampard has broken a good news ahead of January transfer window over a reliable, world-class striker that has been linked with Inter Milan.
The Blues are confident striker Olivier Giroud will stay in the country’s capital beyond the January transfer window despite recent suggestions the French World Cup winner could be set to depart.
Since his arrival across town, the 34-year-old experienced forward has featured in over 100 matches and has been directly involved in an impressive 50 goals, in all competitions.
Since his reintroduction back into Lampard’s plans, the 34-year-old has featured in 14 matches in all competitions so far this season and has been directly involved in eight goals; becoming the club’s joint top goal-scorer of the season in the process.
However, according to a recent report from the Telegraph Chelsea’s World Cup winning forward is now likely to stay with the Blues beyond the January window, with the club ‘confident’ the 34-year-old will not look for a move elsewhere.
Whether or not Giroud will be offered and go on to sign a new contract remains to be seen, but this recent report signals good news for fans of the Blues after Giroud appears to be in some of his finest form to date.