The Frenchman came close to joining Everton in the summer but turned down the move in favour of staying with the Gunners, and this week revealed he made the right choice as the Toffees have struggled so far this season.
However Giroud now has other options as both Juve and Inter are in the hunt for a new striker and reports in Italy claim that the 30-year-old is a target ahead of the January transfer window re-opening.
Giroud is struggling for regular action with Arsenal and he could be tempted by a move to either club if he receives guarantees about the amount of game time he will get ahead of the World Cup next summer.
The striker has just helped France secure qualification to the finals in Russia and will want regular football between now and then to ensure he wins a place in the squad.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes believes his team can cause a major upset by knocking Burnley out of the Europa League.