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Personal terms have been agreed as Chelsea and Milan to see big man make move?

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Chelsea star Olivier Giroud has “already agreed personal terms” with Inter Milan according to reports.

As we have said before, the whole world is gripped by the Coronavirus outbreak that is stopping everything from running smoothly, killing thousands and stopping us from enjoying the game we love on a weekly basis.

But that has not stopped speculation in the media about possible departures,  and there was even speculation in the media that Giroud was all set to leave during the January window, but we failed to sign  a new striker, meaning that Giroud had to stay put.

But the 33-year-old French striker has started to become a big part of the plans, meaning that he is now needed in the side and recent reports have suggested that he is in talks to sign a new deal at the club.

However, reports on the SUNDAY SUN have claimed that Giroud is all set to depart the club at the end of the season, as he has ‘already agreed personal terms’ to sign with Inter.

Inter boss Antonio Conte has already tempted Romelu Lukaku, Ashley Young and Christian Eriksen to the San Siro and Giroud is set to be the latest to move to Italy, as reports suggest that he has agreed a three-year deal with the Italian giants.

Look, Giroud has been a great servant for the club and we will thank him for his time here, but there comes a time when players need to move and on this is his time, he needs to pack those bags and head over to Italy.

So if the reports are true and he is leaving, we will wish him the best of luck, and hopefully a replacement will be signed by the club that can chip in with a few goals next season.

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