Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger would not be drawn on Olivier Giroud's statement before their FA Cup win over Liverpool. Giroud posted a series of messages on Twitter apologising to his family and club and asking for forgiveness following allegations that the model Celia Kay had entered his hotel room on the night before a Premier League match.
Wenger said: "He looked a bit tired and I know where you [the reporters] want to lead me, slowly but surely he has made a statement and we will deal with it internally. I don't think there is much more to add to that because I want to respect his privacy as well. I haven't seen it [his statement]."