1. Isco Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez, commonly known as Isco, is a Spanish professional footballer currently playing as an attacking midfielder for Real Madrid and the Spain national team. A nice-looking and charming footballer, Milik has a beautiful personality and is currently viewed as one of the current most handsome footballers in the world.
AC Milan will host Spanish club Atletico Madrid in one of the UEFA Champions League matchday two matches that promise to be interesting. Both sides will be seeking their first UCL win this season after failing to secure maximum points in their last fixtures. Stefano Pioli's side lost 3-2 to old rivals Liverpool in the opening matchweek, while Atletico failed to fire in a goalless draw with Porto.
Former Chelsea and Arsenal striker Oliver Giroud (Photo credit: Daily Express) The Athletic reported that Olivier Giroud said it was harder for him to leave Chelsea than Arsenal. He said that despite spending 6 years of his career at Arsenal and about 3 at Chelsea. Having said that, it shouldn't be a surprise he said that as he is not the first former Arsenal player that appeared to rate Chelsea more than Arsenal after playing for both clubs.
Chelsea sold Olivier Giroud to Italian club AC Milan this season and I think the blues made a big mistake in letting the Frenchman leave. Olivier Giroud was Chelsea's top goal scorer last season in the Champions league as he performed brilliantly for Thomas Tuchel's men. Even when Frank Lampard was still in charge Giroud still showed how good he was by scoring four goals against Spanish club Sevilla in the Champions league group stage.
During last summer's transfer window, Chelsea's transfer chief, Marina Granovskaia made huge efforts to bring in the players that will help Chelsea's squad become strengthened for this season's campaign. Having already completed the signing of Saul Niguez on a season long loan and Romelu Lukaku who have not failed to improve Chelsea's attack.
In the run up to the Euros played earlier this year, Giroud was going to be the front man leading the French team attack line, until that outburst from him about, how his teammates failed to pass to him during the game, which got Mbappe upset, which led to that controversy about if Giroud was right to call his teammates out.
Giroud explains why it was difficult for him to leave Chelsea and what he told Tuchel before leaving
Photo Credit: Getty images Olivier Giroud, a former Chelsea striker, has admitted that leaving Chelsea for AC Milan was difficult for him since he enjoys playing in the Premier League. Photo Credit: Getty images Giroud also claimed that he informed Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel that it was difficult to remain at Chelsea without playing time.
Having arrived from RB Liepzig for a reported of £47.5million during the summer of 2020, many Chelsea Fans were excited about the signing of Timo Werner. The Germany International had scored a whopping 28 goals and registered 8 assists in 34 German Bundesliga matches for RB Liepzig during his last season at the German club before Chelsea came calling.
Chelsea was defeated at Juventus despite having the majority of the possession throughout the game but Juventus had the better scoring chances. In the second half, the ball that fell for Federico Bernardeschi should have ended up in the back of the net for the hosts. Even Romelu Lukaku squandered a fantastic opportunity at the other end of the field, but the blue's played with intent.
Antoine Greizmann joined Barcelona in 2019 for a fee of €120 million. He was among the most expensive signing in the club's history. Greizmann agreed to a five year deal with the Blaugrana but he spent just two seasons with the club following his disappointing performances. Greizmann failed to impress the club's supporters and was unable to secure a place for himself in the Barcelona squad.
"I Have Spoken With Him" - Giroud Reveals He Wants Former Chelsea Boss To Take Up Premier League Job
Former Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has revealed that he has spoken with Chelsea legend Frank Lampard over the the possibility of taking the Newcastle job. Lampard had a good first season in charge of Chelsea, but the Chelsea team fell apart in his second season and he was eventually sacked from his job as club manager.
Former Chelsea football club of England forward, Olivier Giroud was in action on Saturday night for AC Milan in their 8th league game of the Italian Serie A against Verona at the San Siro. The France international was handed a role to play in his team's starting XI following his incredible performance for the club in their previous game and he was able to impress.
The ex Chelsea striker, Olivier Giroud who joined AC Milan on January, has taken his time to disclose one positive quality he admires from his compatriot, N'golo Kante. The French and AC Milan striker in an interview on Talksports Breakfast, revealed that Kante is someone who hates losing both on and off the pitch.
Olivier Giroud may have felt as if fate was teasing him. Since France's failure at the European Championship, the striker has not been selected by his country, and Les Bleus beat Spain in the Nations League final without him on Sunday, thanks to goals from Karim Benzema and Kylian Mbappé, all in Milan's San Siro stadium, Giroud's home since leaving Chelsea in the summer.
Olivier Giroud is a French professional footballer who plays as a striker for Italian Serie A club Milan and the France national team. Regarded for his work-rate, strength, shot power and consistent goal-scoring ability, he is often. Former Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has hailed Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel for his impact on the team after replacing Frank Lampard in January.
The world champion forward left Stamford Bridge for San Siro in the summer, and his nine-year career in English football also came to an end. Olivier Giroud said his decision to leave Chelsea for AC Milan was an "obvious choice" and the French forward admitted that life at Stamford Bridge was "too difficult".
Milan striker Olivier Giroud discloses the prophetic dreams from his mum’s friend prompted him to reject a move to Inter and Everton. The Frenchman was earlier linked with a move to Inter before he finally joined the Rossoneri in the summer. Even long before that, in 2017 when he was still at Arsenal, he was on the verge of a move to Everton.
3. Diego Costa Chelsea football Club struggled to replace Ivory Coast international Didiger Drogba when he left Stamford Bridge in 2012, it was until Portuguese golfer Jose Mourinho bought Diego Costa from Atletico Madrid 2 years later that the Blues found a striker capable of scoring goals like Drogba.
On the field of play, you’d hardly see Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante angry. The 30-year-old is very well behaved on the pitch, and despite being a hard tackler, he hardly ever gets a red card. The Frenchman has a very friendly demeanour and he’s never involved in a rift with his teammates or opposition players.
You seldom see young English players leaving their comfort zone to try an adventure in other European leagues, you only see those who want to make a name for themselves like Sancho, Bellingham and promto, they they back in England. So, it was not out of place when Jose Mourinho praised Tammy Abraham for having the ambition and mentality to achieve glory outside the Premier League.