Chelsea star Olivier Giroud is hoping that Inter Milan swiftly snap him up in January to get his career back on the road.
The Frenchman has been made third-choice striker at Stamford Bridge behind Tammy Abraham and Michy Batshuayi.
His contract expires in the summer and he will be free to speak to foreign clubs when the transfer window opens tomorrow.
And there are multiple sides keen on the former Arsenal forward’s signature, including Ligue 1 clubs Lyon and Bordeaux.
But Inter Milan are also desperate to snap him, according to Le 10 Sport, who have former Blues boss Antonio Conte in charge.
The Italian is a big fan of the World Cup winner and wants him to compete with the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez.
And Le 10 Sport go on to state that Giroud is hoping that a deal is conducted quickly.
As well as foreign clubs, one a bit closer to home has also set their sights on the 33-year-old.
New boss David Moyes has made the France international his top target at West Ham .
Olivier Giroud’s time at Chelsea looks to have come to an end
But the Scotsman was coy on talk over transfers in January.
“What I would say is I am only in the door and no-one has mentioned it to me,” he said.
“I think there is money there to spend.
“I am more interested in the players at the club at the moment, see how we can mould them into the best possible team and formation.
“We have to get results.
“I do believe the squad I’ve got here is better than when I took over before.
“The short-term goal is just to get wins to get us away from the bottom.”