Olivier Giroud has offers from three English clubs as the striker prepares to leave Chelsea at the end of next month, according to his agent Vincenzo Morabito.
The France international has been in relatively strong scoring form for the Blues during the 2020-21 campaign, finding the back of the net on 11 occasions in 31 appearances in all competitions.
Giroud's contract at Stamford Bridge is due to expire at the end of June, though, and it appears likely that he will be leaving Thomas Tuchel's side on a free transfer.
According to Morabito, who works alongside Michael Manuello when representing the 34-year-old, there are three English clubs interested in the Frenchman, while AC Milan, Juventus and Roma have previously been in contact to discuss their client.
"Manuello and I met with AC Milan at the end of the January transfer window," Morabito told Calciomercato. "They confirmed how highly they rate Giroud, although they said they were considering younger players for their attack.
"However we have remained in contact with them, and we will see what happens in the future. There was the possibility of Giroud moving to Italy in January. We spoke with both Juventus and with Roma, when they thought that Edin Dzeko would leave for Inter Milan.
"Now Manuello is weighing up various offers for Giroud. Three have come in from English clubs. But there are also interesting situations for him in Spain and Germany."
Giroud has scored four times in 17 Premier League appearances this season.