Olivier Giroud is set to leave Chelsea this summer after reaching an agreement with AC Milan for a two year deal, MySportDab reports.
The French striker is now set to complete his medical before he will be made official ahead of the new season.
Chelsea and AC Milan have officially reached an agreement which will see Olivier Giroud leave the club this summer.
As they have now sanction the sale of Olivier Giroud according to reports from Fabrizio Romano who confirmed the deal.
The striker will be making a move pending medicals being done at the Italian club before being made official.
Olivier Giroud recently represented France in the just concluded Euro 2020 which they were knocked out.
Chelsea will once again be bidding another farewell as Cabellero and the striker will be the latest departures from the club.
AC Milan recently completed the signing of Fikayo Tomori from the Blues worth £28 million and now Olivier Giroud for £2M.
Chelsea are also looking at making a move for their own which includes the likes of Erling Haaland, Declan Rice and Adama Traore who are all on their shortlist.
They are yet to make any signings this summer with them needing to go after a striker as their main priority.