EPL: Arsene Wenger claims Giroud didn't want to leave Gunners for Chelsea

'Olivier is an Arsenal man': Arsene Wenger claims Giroud didn't want to leave Gunners for Chelsea
Arsene Wenger has guaranteed Olivier Giroud would not like to leave Arsenal in January.

The Frenchman withdrew for Chelsea in the wake of battling for first-group open doors as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang arrived.

It conveyed a conclusion to his six-year spell in north London and Wenger proposes he made a hesitant flight.

"Olivier is an Arsenal man. His expert vocation requested that he moved, however his heart needed him to stay," Wenger said.
"He cleared out for comparative motivations to Theo Walcott, by being miserable to leave yet additionally target enough to break down his circumstance."

Giroud joined Chelsea in a £18million bargain on due date day and has one objective for Antonio Conte's side.

He had been connected with Everton the previous summer yet selected to stay and battle for his place in north London.

Walcott made the move to Goodison Park and Wenger was additionally loaded with laud for his previous long-serving player.

"Every one of our fans realized that Theo did not leave since he had any issue with Arsenal," he included.

"It was on account of he needed to play and needed to give himself a possibility since he didn't get enough recreations here.

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"Theo is experienced, is a genuine Arsenal sweetheart and is a person who constantly regarded the fans and the club. Both Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud are comparable cases on that front."

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