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CHELSEA, Giroud: "I'm not happy with being a backup"

18.04.2019 11.17 by Claudio Colla  read 1127
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Asked again about his future, during Chelsea latest press conference, French international striker Olivier Giroud (32), playing for Blues since February 2018, manifested his will to get game time, once more: "I'm really in distress, though I'm trying not to display it, when I get on the ground. I'm not happy with my status as a backup, that's what's going on. And that's why I said I want a different roster position ahead of next season, plain and simple. Offers for me? There were ones, indeed. But I'm not saying which they were from. Chelsea's my priority, right now".

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