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Giroud-Milan, the indiscretion from America that shocks the fans

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Giroud-Milan, the indiscretion from America that shocks the fans

Giroud-Milan, sensational indiscretion from America: the future of the Frenchman changes

Olivier Giroud remains a very open topic in the Milan transfer market next summer. The French center forward’s contract expires on June 30th and for weeks there have been rumors that the former Chelsea player wants to move to MLS at the end of the season. There is a sensational novelty in this sense.

As reported by the American broadcaster ESPN the situation would not actually be like the one circulated lately. Giroud in fact would have his priority is that of the annual renewal with Milan.

The MLS would represent the first and only alternative for his future: Giroud’s intention would be to land in the American championship starting from the summer of 2025 and only if the Rossoneri club does not present him with the extension proposal (at the moment it has not yet happened) then the former Arsenal player will consider the possibility of leaving Europe a year early.

Some exploratory contacts have already started but no dialogue will be explored in depth before resolving the situation with Milan one way or the other.

The center forward born in 1986 is linked to Milan, as mentioned, by an agreement expiring on June 30th and receives a salary of 3.5 million euros per season, bonuses included. Despite his age, the Frenchman has already scored double figures this season: he is just one goal away from equaling the 14 he scored in his first season with the Rossoneri.

The feeling is that the dialogues will come to life in the Spring. Milan appreciates Giroud both for his technical characteristics and for his role as leader within the dressing room but will also have to make a decision based on the future ideas in the department and the situation of Luka Jovic, who also expires on June 30th and with a future still in the balance.

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At the Rossoneri home team, therefore, we will have to choose between Jovic’s stay and Giroud’s stay. Both are unlikely to go away but it also remains particularly unlikely that the two will remain together at Milanello also next season to avoid overcrowding in the department.

Giroud appears ahead of the former Fiorentina player but Ibrahimovic and Furlani intend to propose to the French center forward a downward renewal compared to the current 3.5 million. We enter the hot phase.

New Lazio coach, Tudor-Lotito background on the contract

Igor Tudor is preparing to become the new coach of Lazio after the resignation of Maurizio Sarri, which shocked the Biancoceleste world, and the victory of Immobile and his teammates in Frosinone on Saturday evening. The Croatian will lead the first training session on Wednesday but an important background has emerged regarding the contract.

The Croatian former Verona and Marseille coach had asked during the negotiations not only for a longer contract starting next June 30th but also for the inclusion of an option that would allow the same to be further extended until 30 June 2026.

Unlike the indiscretion of recent days, which spoke of a concession from Lazio in this sense, Lotito denied this hypothesis to the coach and only granted the green light for a contract until 30 June 2025. The salary will be 2.5 million euros plus a further 500 thousand euros in bonuses linked to individual and team results.

Igor Tudor the idea of ​​Naples?

Tudor will have the task not only of trying to do the best between now and the end of the season, with the Italian Cup final as a priority objective, but also to evaluate which players could be part of the Lazio squad next season. The feeling is that we are on the way to a thorough clean-up, particularly with regards to the old guard.

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The first who could leave Lazio in the summer is Ciro Immobile. The Lazio captain, linked to the Biancocelesti by a contract until 30 June 2026 and with a salary of just under 5 million euroshas had more than one contact with Simone Inzaghi, Inter coach.

What is holding up the deal are precisely the figures at stake: as reported by Il Messaggero, in fact, Lotito has no intention of selling off the player and has set a price between 20 and 30 million euros to grant the green light.

In the meantime, an important background story has also emerged regarding the figure of Giovanni Martusciello, Sarri’s deputy who led the team in Frosinone after the Commander’s resignation.

Fabiani, to thank him for the total availability given to Lazio in such a difficult moment, would have offered a role in the club’s management to the coach who refused. Second thoughts are not excluded but at the moment Martusciello’s intention is to continue acting as Sarri’s deputy in his next professional adventure.

Dybala shocks Roma: goodbye to June?

Daniele De Rossi’s excellent impact at the helm of Roma could be tarnished by the future of one of the team’s stars, probably the brightest: Paulo Dybala. The Argentine, tied to the Giallorossi by a contract until 30 June 2025, would have made a sensational decision by communicating it to the Giallorossi coach.

Dybala’s future could surprisingly be far from Roma despite his great bond with the club and with the same coach who is brilliantly replacing José Mourinho in terms of points and play.

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The former Juve player would be attracted to an experience outside Italy and in particular would like to try the Premier League championship, which he has come close to several times already in the past when he had been courted for a long time by Manchester United.

Dybala

The team is most interested in the Argentine, who however continues to live with some major muscular problems (he missed yesterday’s match against Sassuolo), is the Chelsea who had already sought him in January by leveraging the termination clause present in the contract signed by Dybala in the summer of 2022, the one following the victory in the Conference League against Feyenoord.

Two different termination clauses have been included in Paulo Dybala’s contract with Roma. The first, worth 13 million euros, is valid only for Italy (for the entire month of July in the summer for the first 15 days of January in the winter session) and can be canceled by the Giallorossi club by extending the player’s contract. Argentine until 2026 with a salary that would go to 6 million euros net excluding bonuses.

The second, worth 20 million euros and regulated temporally like the Italian one, is valid only for foreign countries and cannot be canceled by Roma but only by the player who could independently decide to stop the discussions and stay in Trigoria.

But what is the company’s position regarding the Dybala situation? The feeling is that not even qualification for the Champions League could push the club to renew the Argentine’s contract.

Roma would like to reach the Champions League and then, by confirming De Rossi on the bench, start yet another revolution in the squad which may not contemplate the presence of Dybala.

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