David Beckham Is Keen On Bringing Olivier Giroud From Chelsea To Inter Miami- Offer Him £4m Apartment
David Beckham, co-owner of MLS franchise Inter Miami is determined to bring the French striker Olivier Giroud to Inter Miami, according to reports. The Frenchman has made just one start under Frank Lampard this season and requires more regular pitch time to make Didier Deschamps' Euro 2020 squad. Deschamps has urged the country's second-highest goalscorer to seek a January transfer, while Inter Miami are desperate to add quality to their ranks after struggling in their debut season. Giroud is currently the third-choice striker at the Blues, with Tammy Abraham and Timo Werner's form keeping him out of the first-team.
The report suggests that Beckham would be prepared to buy the French striker a mansion in the best area of Miami if he does move to the MLS side.
Beckham, 45, will gift Giroud a £4million apartment in the plush Porsche Design Tower in Miami City, where Barcelona star Lionel Messi has a pad that spans an entire floor.
Or, he will hand over the keys to a stunning mansion in Sunny Isles Beach, where the jet set live.
The Porsche Design Tower is a 60-story building that faces the sea in Sunny Isles Beach. Messi's apartment boasts three bedrooms, four bathrooms and a sea view, and Giroud will likely receive something similar. Other famous residents who live there include Mexican billionaire Carlos Peralta Quintero and rapper Birdman. And they all take advantage of the most amazing feature of the Porsche Design Tower – 'The Dezervator' – a lift that allows cars to be transported directly to each floor of an owner's home.
So far this season, the Chelsea centre forward has scored twice in all competitions, but has played just four times in the Premier League after signing a one-year extension on his deal at the club in the latter stages of the last campaign.
It remains to be seen if Giroud would be prepared to move to the MLS. He still has plenty to offer and is closing in on becoming France’s all-time top goal scorer. Playing in America would no doubt hurt his chances of selection.