Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud plays volleyball and soaks up the sun as he enjoys romantic break in Formentera with his wife Jennifer
- Olivier Giroud played volleyball on the beach with his wife Jennifer on Friday
- The French striker is holidaying in Formentera after winning the World Cup
- Giroud was pictured sharing a few intimate moments with his wife in the sea
- The 31-year-old is not due to return for Chelsea training until next month
The Chelsea striker was pictured playing volleyball on the beach in Formentera and taking a dip in the sea with his wife Jennifer.
The couple, who have been married since 2011, were pictured having a few intimate moments as they embraced each other in the sea.
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud enjoyed a day at a beach in Formentera with his wife on Friday
Giroud is enjoying an extended summer break with his wife after winning the World Cup
The Frenchman kept himself busy by playing volleyball in the sea with his wife and friends
Giroud also showed off his new shaved look as he soaked up the sun on a beach in Formentera on Friday afternoon.
The Frenchman got rid of all of his hair last week, becoming the second member of Didier Deschamps’ squad to honour a quirky pre-World Cup pledge.
He is not due to return to Chelsea until next month, having been granted permission by the club to have an extended break after featuring in all seven games of France’s World Cup-winning campaign.
The couple shared a few romantic moments and were pictured kissing each other in the sea
Giroud and his partner have known each other for years and tied the knot back in 2011
The striker can enjoy sunny Spain for the next week and will not return to Chelsea until August
Chelsea set off for Nice on Friday ahead of their clash with Inter Milan as Maurizio Sarri’s men continue their pre-season preparations without Giroud.
They beat Perth Glory 1-0 earlier this week and Sarri is missing several other key players due to their World Cup involvement, including Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois, and N’Golo Kante.
But the Italian will be boosted by the return of Victor Moses and Cesar Azpilicueta, who both travelled with the team on Friday and are expected to play some part against Inter this weekend.