Giroud looks set to extend his stay at the Emirates.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has confirmed that he is in talks with the club over a new contract and will become the latest first team star to commit his future to the Gunners.
Although the France international is currently signed with the north London side until 2016, there had been rumours circulating that the 27-year-old would be sold this summer.
Yet Giroud himself has put an end to that speculation and has instead confirmed that negotiations are happening over his new deal.
“I have two years left on my contract, but we’re in talks to extend it,” the forward told Midi Libre.
“For the moment, I’m good here. There are some good things to be done.
“I feel at ease in this league. My first season wasn’t too bad, the second was rather good. I hope to do better still. I progress year-on-year, just like the team, which produces great play.”
Giroud joined Arsene Wenger’s side from Montpellier in 2012 having helped guide the Ligue 1 side to the French title, in a £13m transfer.
The attacker has since played 96 times for the club in all competitions and scored 38 goals, including 16 Premier League strikes in 2013/14.
Wenger has admitted that too much pressure was put on Giroud in the recently concluded season however and new attacking recruitment is expected to be signed this summer.
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