With the new signing Timo Werner from RB Leipzig in the summer, the playing time for Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has been drastically diminished, something that he is now considering a move in the January window.
According to football.london, Giroud will try to make a move away from Chelsea during the winter window, rather than make a contract with Inter Milan, who is interested in France at international level.
Giroud has yet to start a Premier League game on its side this season, limited to only 33 minutes of top-flight action, and the only forward goal of the campaign came in 6-0 Barnsley thrashing in the EFL Cup.
The 34-year-old is also finding it difficult to displace Tammy Abraham from the first XI, with Lampard now dropping him down to the third-choice striker.
Despite his lack of game time, Giroud still retains the trust of France manager Didier Deschamps and has been included in the national squad for November’s fixtures.