Giroud only scored three goals before February this season and he is not the only striker to struggle at times under Sarri at Chelsea, as both Alvaro Morata and Higuain have toiled.
But with Pep Guardiola's side having to face Tottenham and Manchester United in the next 10 days and Liverpool having no more matches against top-six teams, Juergen Klopp's side have a glorious chance to end their club's 29-year wait for a domestic league title.
Against that backdrop, it would seem likely Chelsea will trigger the option but Giroud wants guarantees if he is not to push for a move this summer.
"Obviously I'm happy to be here".
Olivier Giroud will seek to leave Chelsea in the summer if he is not offered a guarantee of greater playing time, with the World Cup victor one of a number of players whose futures remain uncertain.
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"The thing is I just want to enjoy it because I'm 32 and I've won the World Cup". During an interview with Tribal Football, the 63-year-old Guidolin said: "I wish Sarri the opportunity to show that his football is also valid in England, because the team is strong and the players are there". I swear on what I care most that if you keep playing and scoring beauties like the one you banged in this afternoon, I will name you without any doubt for the Goal of The Season, the POTY, and the Golden Boot, such a astonishing stuff!
Asked if it is now Chelsea's decision to make, Giroud replied: "That's it".
There is now an argument to suggest winning the Europa League is now the more realistic route of qualifying for Europe's elite club competition next year. "But I really want to play more".
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is "happy to be sacked" after a disappointing first season in the Premier League, according to renowned journalist Duncan Castles.