Chelsea manager, Kalidou Koulibaly, has warned the Blues about ‘dangerous’ AC Milan striker, Olivier Giroud ahead of both sides’ Champions League tie on Wednesday night.
Koulibaly is also desperate to keep Giroud, a former Chelsea attacker, quiet at Stamford Bridge tonight.
Giroud, who spent four years at Chelsea, will return to the west London club on Wednesday night as AC Milan travel will clash with Graham Potter’s side in the Champions League.
“He is a big player,” Koulibaly said at his pre-match press conference when asked about the threat of Giroud.
“He showed it in Serie A last year, he scored a lot of goals. He did the same at Chelsea.
“He is a dangerous striker, you always need to be aware of him because he can score from anywhere. It will be tough for the defenders tomorrow, but we will be ready. It’s important that he doesn’t score and Chelsea win this game,” he added.