Olivier Giroud put pen to paper and will continue to wear the colors of Milan.
The last 24 hours have been extraordinarily special for Ola G: last night he scored against Napoli at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, which sent Milan through to the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2007 (2-1 on aggregate), and today extended his contract.
“Milan are proud to announce that Olivier Giroud has extended his contract with the club. Olivier, at Milan since the summer of 2021, has become an important mainstay in the Rossoneri’s forward line, making 76 appearances and scoring 27 goals. we read the statement.
Giroud extended his contract until 2024 and will earn €3.5m a season. Olivier, 36, has been Milan’s first striker this season, proving time and time again that there is no one better than him at the moment in managing the first line of coach Stefano Piola.
“Everything is fine, I am very happy and proud” Giroud said as he left Casa Milan. “If this is the best way to celebrate last night? Well, yes, it’s better that we won (laughs). Do I feel at home in Milan? I feel like a Milan fan from day one, I was welcomed and I feel very good.
Olivier hopes to keep smiling for the rest of the season as Milan face a tough battle for the Top 4 as well as the upcoming Champions League semi-final next month.