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Giroud Considering Arsenal Exit After Lack Of Games Last Season!

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Olivier Giroud has warned Arsenal he will not settle for a place on the bench after netting a hat-trick for his country.

The French forward came on from the bench 23 times last season, prodding him to think about his future with the Gunners.

Giroud found the net 16 times last season, scoring important goals after coming off the bench. He played a similar role to that of Javier Hernandez during his spell at Manchester United.

When your name is in the starting 11 finally!

Giroud, who assisted Aaron Ramsey’s FA Cup Final-winning goal, feels that it might be time for him to consider his future.

“I’ll talk to the coach,” Giroud told The Times.

“I had limited playing time but, at some point, there are things I will not be satisfied with — another year with such low playing time.

“It will be necessary to think with my family and advisers.”

However, the 30-year-old still has things he wants to achieve with the club.

“I still have three years with Arsenal, so my future is for now with Arsenal,” he continued.

“I feel good, I want to win the championship of England.”

“Afterwards, I do not know what my near future will be.”

When you don’t know where your future lies!

Giroud also hinted he would fancy a move to Olympique Marseille if he did leave Arsenal.

He added: “I am not insensitive to the approaches from the French clubs, especially Marseille.

“Football is a funny game,” isn’t it? Giroud has a decision to make regarding his future at the club. Will he fancy a move away or will he stay put? Only he could tell…

Vibhor Dhamija
Budding statistician who uses his backpack to cover himself if he feels cold in an air conditioned room! A passionate midfielder, and a die hard Manchester United fan, Vibhor hates losing and that is what he brings to FootTheBall apart from his most enduring trait of being a quick learner.

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