Olivier Giroud annouces AC Milan exit, MLS up next

French international Olivier Giroud announced that he will leave the Italian club AC Milan at the end of the current season, and will continue his career in the American Football League.

Olivier Giroud, the former Arsenal striker, has announced that he is pausing his career in Milan and European football, and will head to the American Premier League.

Giroud joined the Rossoneri from Chelsea in the summer of 2021 and after three seasons and a Serie A title, he announced he was leaving the club.

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What Jiro said

The French international shared the following:

“I will play my last two matches with Milan and continue my career in the American League,” Giroud told the BBC.

“I am very proud of what I have achieved at Milan in the last three years. My time with Milan may end this year but the club will remain in my heart.”

In his three seasons at the club, Giroud made 130 appearances, scored 48 goals – 11 of which helped Milan win the Serie A title in the 2020/21 season – and provided 20 assists.

He will also leave European football after successful spells with Montpellier. He led to the French League title, Arsenal, where he won multiple FA Cup and Community Shield titles, and Chelsea, the high point of his club career, where he became a Champions League and Europa League winner.


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