Inter need to offer Olivier Giroud a two-year deal if they want the Chelsea striker, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As per Calciomercato.com, the Nerazzurri came very close to signing Giroud in the January transfer window last year and he has since been linked with Juventus and Roma too.
AC Milan are now considered the main contenders to pick up the 34-year-old, but if the Rossoneri – or anyone else – wants Giroud, they will need to offer a two-year deal with an annual salary worth €3.5 million.
Giroud will leave Chelsea when his contract expires in the summer, after the Premier League outfit opted against offering the striker an extension.
Jose Mourinho is a big admirer of Giroud and could be tempted to sign the Frenchman at Roma, the report added.
Giroud has made 31 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea this season, scoring 11 goals for Frank Lampard and Thomas Tuchel.