Football Transfers Latest: Chelsea striker Giroud to join AC Milan, Donnarumma ready for PSG switch

Football Transfers Latest: Chelsea striker Giroud to join AC Milan, Donnarumma ready for PSG switch
Football Transfers Latest: Chelsea striker Giroud to join AC Milan, Donnarumma ready for PSG switch

Football Transfers Latest – Giroud going AC Milan: French man & Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud is all set to make Serie A switch from Premier League. According to information coming in from various sources, Giroud is signing with AC Milan. One more big transfer news is coming in as EURO 2020 player of the tournament Gianluigi Donnarumma is likely to move to Paris Saint Germain from AC Milan

Football Transfers Latest: Chelsea striker Giroud to join AC Milan, Donnarumma ready for PSG switch

Football Transfers Latest – Giroud going AC Milan: The 34-year-old French international is expected to sign a two-year deal with the Serie A side and could complete the move by the end of the week.

Giroud joined Chelsea from Arsenal for £18m in January 2018 and last month extended his contract until 2022.

Chelsea would be able to command a transfer fee for the forward, who last season scored 11 goals in 31 appearances.

After the signings of German forwards Kai Havertz and Timo Werner last summer, Giroud made only eight Premier League starts in the 2020-21 season.

Giroud has scored 39 goals in 119 appearances for the Blues, winning the Champions League, Europa League and FA Cup.

The World Cup winner, who also won three FA Cups with Arsenal, came off the bench in France’s Euro 2020 defeat against Switzerland in the last-16.

Football Transfers: Donnarumma all set to make AC Milan to PSG switch
Football Transfers Latest – Donnarumma making PSG switch: The EURO 2020 player of the tournament Donnarumma is all set to move to Paris Saint Germain. The 22-year-old is preparing for a new challenge after spending six seasons between the posts at San Siro
Newly crowned European champion Gianluigi Donnarumma has said farewell to AC Milan ahead of a reported switch to Paris Saint-Germain.

The Italy goalkeeper became a national hero as he saved from Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka to seal victory in Sunday’s Euro 2020 final shoot-out.

But he is now preparing for a change in scenery after spending his entire career to date with the Rossoneri.

Donnarumma moved to Milan at the age of 14, joining elder brother and fellow keeper Antonio at the club, and just two years later made his first-team bow against Sassuolo.

As his reputation has grown he has been constantly accompanied by transfer rumours, and this year declined to sign an extension to his contract having led Milan to Champions League football for 2021-22.

Neither the club nor player has yet officially confirmed the move, but an announcement is expected imminently following the end of Euro 2020 and Donnarumma’s own farewell to the Rossoneri.