Interesting news are out and it has been reported that Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is set to hold crunch talks with the club about his future next week.
The 33 year old Ivory Coast striker and his representatives are set to meet Blues chief executive Ron Gourlay and it is believed that Drogba could ask for a move unless he gets assurances he still has a prominent role at Chelsea.
The former Marseille striker who joined Chelsea in 2004 has become increasingly disgruntled at being left on the bench since Fernando Torres’ £50m arrival in January.
It is said that the striker’s agents will ask if Carlo Ancelotti is staying as boss – and if he still counts on Drogba as his main man and if the Italian is axed in the summer, Drogba wants to know he will still be part of the club’s plans for next season.
Drogba, who has a year left on his Stamford Bridge contract, would want to join a club able to match his £120,000-a-week Blues wages.
Turkish outfit Fenerbahce is the only club with the right money currently showing an interest