A former club of AC Milan striker Olivier Giroud has come up with a plan to commemorate him should he help France win the 2022 Qatar World Cup, a report claims.
As has been reported by Calciomercato.com, French side Tours are planning to name their stadium after Giroud if France can get the better of Morocco in their semi-final and then beat Argentina in the final of the World Cup in Qatar.
Giroud spent two seasons playing for Tours between 2008 and 2010 and he scored an incredible 30 goals. He had another loan spell at Tours later where another eight goals were scored.
It would take an agreement from the player for the stadium to be renamed, as well as the small matter of winning the World Cup.
Giroud has been crucial for France at the tournament in the absence of Karim Benzema. The Rossoneri man has scored four goals in four games at the tournament.