AC Milan may be considering a new offer for Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud, according to Newsmondo.it.
The Frenchman’s future at the club has been placed back on the agenda once again after France assistant manager Guy Stephan commented that the forward is not getting enough game time with the Gunners to warrant selection for the national team.
Stephan believes that Giroud “needs to find a solution” and he suggests that the player look for a loan deal in the January window to get more minutes on the pitch.
Milan have been interested in signing the 31 year old before, and Newsmondo reports that the Rossoneri would be interested in a loan deal if they could come to an agreement with Arsenal.
The Serie A side spent close to €200m in the summer and are mindful that they could be in breach of UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules if they spend any more, which makes a temporary move for the Frenchman the most likely option.