Olivier Giroud has expressed his frustration at being given so few chances in the first time.
He has been on fire in the Europa League this season and is looking to cement a first team spot ahead of Gonzalo Higuain. However, like all his decisions Sarri has been stubborn with his choices and Higuain gets the nod ahead.
Giroud has now expressed his anger at it and has told that he might look at other options. The former Arsenal star joined the Blues last year and has done a good job for the national team as well by winning the World Cup.
“Of course it’s frustrating,” Giroud told French radio station RTL. “Today, I have the impression there is clearly no competition [for places in attack] since January.
“It’s like that, I know that I will only play in the Europa League. I try to do what it takes to be as effective and as important as I can for the team.”
“The future may be hectic this summer,” he said. “I’m not afraid to go down a level to have more playing time. It could be I end my career in France.”
Is Chelsea about to lose yet another forward? The club seriously needs to sort out their options up front. The last non controversial good striker they had who played more than 150 games was way back in 2012.
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