Chelsea Striker, Olivier Giroud has revealed it’s ”frustrating” to be a second striker in the club and stressed many offers are coming his way from other clubs which may probably end his stay when the current deal expires this summer.
Giroud is a second-choice striker following Gonzalo Higuain, and has been left disappointed due to a lack of first-team experiences having started just seven Premier League games this season and coming as a substitute in the Europa League.
The 32-year-old Frenchman may look for alternative options by the prospect of regular first-team football when his contract ends.
”I am frustrated when not on the pitch, but I just don’t want to show it,
”I am not happy to be the second striker. I don’t know if I will be here next season you have to speak to Marina Granovskaia.
”I want to enjoy my football. It must be decided by the end of the season.
”Yes ,I have received offers from other clubs but I cannot tell you yet. I am focused on Chelsea,he said.