Once again, Olivier Giroud has been told he needs to find himself a new club by Didier Deschamps.

The Chelsea man was called up to the France national team for the upcoming games against Albania and Macedonia, but his manager made it clear that things needed to evolve come March for him to have a chance of making the 2020 Euros squad.

Featuring for just 211 minutes of football this season under Frank Lampard, the veteran has made it clear he isn’t happy, and his former manager Antonio Conte could be the saviour.

Gazzetta dello Sport once again push Inter’s interest in Giroud, stating the Italian coach would be ‘happy to hug him again’, and that’s why the Frenchman could be Beppe Marotta’s ‘first Christmas present’ to the 50-year-old.

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It’s stated that ‘contact with the player’s agent’ has taken place ‘over the past few weeks’, and the Chelsea striker ‘would be very happy about an experience in Italy’.

As for his wages, it’s said they could be afforded by spreading them over two or three years rather than paying him a lump €8m salary.