Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Olivier Giroud has agreed to a new one-year contract with Milan following today’s meeting.
The Frenchman’s representatives Vincenzo Morabito and Michael Manuello met with the Rossoneri’s management at Casa Milan today to try and agree the terms of a new deal for the 2018 World Cup winner, whose current contract expires in three months’ time.
The meeting between the two parties was positive, with Giroud keen to continue his adventure with Milan. The 36-year-old reportedly rejected a €10m contract offer from Everton in the January transfer window, a sign of his desire to stay in Lombardy.
Di Marzio details how Giroud has verbally agreed to sign a one-year contract with Milan, tying him to the club until June 2024, worth around €3.8m net plus add-ons.
The Frenchman is expected to put pen to paper on his new deal before the first leg of the Rossoneri’s Champions League tie with Napoli, scheduled for April 12.