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ARSENAL about to sign GIROUD on a new contract

10.01.2017 15.25 by Claudio Colla  read 289
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Linked to a move out from Arsenal last Autumn, due to having at least partially lost his position as a regular in the team, also due to the injury he's been suffering from, French international striker Olivier Giroud (30), according to Sky Sports UK, is about to be signed by Gunners on a new contract. Playing for London giants since 2012/13, former Montpellier hitman is currently on a deal with them until June 2018.

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