Olivier Giroud to Tottenham latest: No deal agreed, Newcastle fail with bid, Chelsea block move

Tottenham need a new striker.

But will the secure a deal for one before the January transfer window closes at 11pm on Friday night?

Harry Kane’s hamstring injury has left head coach Jose Mourinho light at the top end of the pitch and they have been working hard to complete a deal for a frontman.

Plenty have been linked, but with the clock ticking down, the biggest link has been with Chelsea frontman Olivier Giroud.

The Frenchman wants out, having fallen down the pecking order, but the Blues and Spurs do not generally do business.

Will that change though?

Below, we take a look at the latest on the striker’s future.

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Newcastle want loan deal

Giroud is not short of admirers in the Premier League, with Newcastle one of the clubs interested in signing the 33-year-old.

Steve Bruce’s Magpies have struggled for goals this season amid a number of injury problems within the squad.

The Telegraph reports that Newcastle are keen to sign Giroud on loan, and that the Magpies made contact with Chelsea last week to discuss the possibility of signing the Frenchman on a short-term basis.

Olivier Giroud warms up before Chelsea’s FA Cup game against Nottingham Forest but he was an unused substitute.
(Image: Robin Jones/Getty Images)

However, the report states that Chelsea will not allow him to leave unless the Blues can bring in a replacement.

Aston Villa interest

Newcastle are not the only club reportedly interested in signing the former Arsenal striker.

The Daily Star reports that Aston Villa have made Giroud their top transfer target for January, following a serious injury to striker Wesley.

He has been ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering knee ligament damage against Burnley on New Year’s Day, with The Athletic reporting that Giroud is on the radar for the Midlands side.

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