Olivier Giroud is continuing to attract attention from abroad and a move to the MLS is proving particularly tempting for the Milan veteran.

The 37-year-old French striker has entered the last six months of his contract with the Rossoneri, having proven himself a key figure at the club across his last 30-months in the Lombardy capital. This term, he’s netted 13 goals and provided nine assists across 30 matches.

Read more: Exclusive – MLS and UAE clubs call Giroud as Milan striker ponders future

Giroud and Milan will sit down in the summer to discuss a possible new contract, with the club keen to retain him for another year at least. Football Italia transfer expert Matteo Moretto highlighted that clubs from both the MLS and the UAE had already made approaches to the striker.

Corriere dello Sport via TMW details how the idea of a move to the MLS is interesting to Giroud for a number of reasons, not only ones related to footballing projects.

The 37-year-old’s family are keen on the idea of heading to the United States and the move could also benefit the Frenchman after he decides to hang up his boots, offering interesting options post-retirement.

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