Giroud joined Milan from Chelsea in the offseason and scored his first two goals for the Rossoneri in Sunday's 4-1 victory over Cagliari 4-1 in Serie A.
He has made a great start in Milan this season after signing from Chelsea, scoring twice in the 4-1 Serie A thumping of Cagliari at the San Siro on Sunday.
AC Milan on Saturday announced the signing of Olivier Jonathan Giroud on a permanent transfer from Chelsea FC.
Tensions surfaced between the two players after Chelsea striker Giroud complained about not receiving the ball often enough during Tuesday's 3-0 win over Bulgaria, in which he scored twice.
Coach Joachim Loew will step down after the European Championship and wants to forge a mentality "like 2014" when his squad "pulled together" to win the World Cup.
It all started on Tuesday after France's 3-0 victory over Bulgaria in a friendly when Giroud suggested he wasn't getting the service he deserved deemed by some a swipe at Mbappe.
Despite the goal drought, Deschamps stuck with the Chelsea striker, who featured in all of France's seven matches at the World Cup, and Giroud is happy to have played his role.
Deschamps added that midfielder Paul Pogba, whose performances have been under-par during the warm-up matches, was also 'very likely' to start Les Bleus' first game in Group C next Saturday.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill believes France are quite capable of winning the World Cup.
Giroud lifted the trophy with Arsenal in 2014, 2015 and 2017 before his Stamford Bridge switch earlier this season and is hungry for more Wembley success with the Blues.
Giroud hopes to have kickstarted his Chelsea career after coming off the bench to inspire an eight-minute turnaround from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Southampton on Saturday.
Chelsea are in grave danger of missing out on Champions League football for a second time in three seasons.
Conte welcomed his selection headache ahead of a vital few weeks for the English champions after a much-changed side thrashed Hull City 4-0 to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Conte is relieved to have options again up front in Olivier Giroud and fit-again Alvaro Morata ahead of what the Italian says is a "massive" few weeks for Chelsea.
Giroud has yet to start a league game this season, but showed his value by heading a late equaliser to secure a 1-1 draw at Southampton.