Olivier Giroud left Arsenal for their London rivals Chelsea in January 2018 and two years later, his time at Stamford Bridge could come to an end before the winter market closes on Friday.
Inter Milan have long been credited with an interest in the 33-year-old, but there’s a new suitor for the France international.
According to Sky Italia, Tottenham Hotspur are after the World Cup winner and Spurs are ready to offer him a deal for 18 months, provided he joins them this month.
It’s claimed the proposal for an ‘immediate transfer’ tabled by José Mourinho’s side ‘attracts’ the former Arsenal man, but the details of the offer hasn’t been mentioned in the report.
Spurs must find an agreement with Chelsea, but Sky Italia provides no information if the Blues are willing to do business with the north London club for Giroud.
Should Giroud join Tottenham, then it will close the door for Inter to sign him, either in January or on a free transfer after this season.