Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri that striker Olivier Giroud will remain at the club next season, despite the striker claiming he is not happy being a 'second striker'.
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Before the Blues' victory over Slavia Praha in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday, Giroud expressed his unhapiness about playing second fiddle to Gonzalo Higuain.
The Frenchman's contract comes to an end at the end of the season, and he has revealed he has offers from other clubs.
However, the Blues boss insists the 32-year-old is going nowhere next season after asking the club to exerise the one-year option to extend.