Juventus have reportedly joined Inter Milan and Everton in the race to sign Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud.
The centurion has attracted interest from a number of clubs this summer following the arrival of his compatriot Alexandre Lacazette. The Toffees had tried to sign Giroud, but the Frenchman opted to stay at The Emirates in a bid to fight for his place.
So far this season, the 30-year-old ace has not been handed consistent opportunity by Arsene Wenger and with the upcoming next summer’s World Cup approaching, the France No. 9 could decide to quit the club in January in search of regular playing time.
However, Teamtalk are reporting that both Juventus and Inter Milan are looking to sign him at the end of the season.
Last year, the ex-Montpellier striker extended his deal at The Emirates until the summer of 2019, so Arsenal can expect plenty of transfer speculation should Giroud fail to sign a new deal before the summer.