Arsenal star keen to fight for his place next season
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has pledged his future to the club amidst mounting speculation over his future, per Sky.
Giroud, 30, has become something of a fan favourite at the Emirates Stadium since joining in 2012. But he could be sold this summer.
Arsenal are on the verge of clinching a club-record deal for Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette, while the French club and West Ham are monitoring Giroud.
Yet, the man himself has not given up hope of continuing his journey in North London.
He told the Arsenal website: “I won a few titles in my career, that is an important thing, but there is another thing which is important for me.
If you don't want to see an Everton attack that consists of Wayne Rooney and Olivier Giroud, you are an enemy of football.— Mundial Magazine (@MundialMag) July 3, 2017
“And that’s the people remember you as a loyal warrior on the pitch – that you always give your best for the team.
“And that’s why I want to carry on my good journey at Arsenal and I always want to give my best.
“I would love to win another title, or maybe more until the end of my contract. The motivation is here, always doing your best to make your family proud.”