West Ham United have joined the competition to get Olivier Giroud on a free transfer, according to Tuttomercatoweb. The Italian publication believes that the 36-year-old is being pursued by three Premier League clubs, according to Sport Witness.
The AC Milan striker is out of contract at the end of the season and talks over a new agreement haven’t achieved a breakthrough. According to TMW, ‘some distance’ exists between AC Milan and the striker on a new contract and the 36-year-old is already looking to find a new club.
According to TMW, ‘some distance’ remains between the various parting regarding a new contract for Giroud. This could open the possibility for other clubs to swoop in and land the 2018 World Cup winner on a free.
Apparently, there are clubs of ‘different levels’ wanting him, and those are West Ham, Brentford and Palace. The AC Milan striker is out of contract at the end of the season and talks over a new deal haven’t yielded a breakthrough.