By Dominic Toner
Arsenal have rejected a number of enquires for frontman Olivier Giroud as he looks set to stay at the club for another season, according to a report.
With speculation growing around the transfer of Alvaro Morata to the north Londoners, the Frenchman’s future has been under question.
The Daily Mirror claim that Arsenal have rejected a string of enquires for the 29-year-old and they will not be selling the player this summer.
The Frenchman has had an impressive Euro 2016 and is expected to line up for the host nation in the final against Portugal on Sunday.
Giroud has been one of the standout players of the Euros, with three goals and two assists in the tournament and has linked up especially well with the competitions current top scorer Antoine Griezmann (6).
After joining from French side Montpellier four years ago, he has notched 82 goals in 187 appearances for Arsenal in all competitions.
His most prolific season of scoring to date came last campaign, when he grabbed 16 goals in the Premier League and a further eight across domestic and European cup competitions.
The 6ft 4in powerhouse will be hoping he can continue his recent form into the new season and try push Arsenal to a first Premier League title since their 2003-04 unbeaten season.
In other Arsenal news, Championship side Newcastle are closing in on the clubs ace defender.