Blues open to seeing Ivorian make his way back to Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea are said to be keen on bringing legendary striker Didier Drogba back to the club this summer, though are aware that they face some serious competition for his signature, according to the Metro.
Drogba departed Stamford Bridge back in 2012 after guiding the club to their first ever Champions League title success, but has been linked with a return since Jose Mourinho took the reins again last summer.
The 36-year-old came up against his former side last season in the Champions League, but struggled to truly trouble his old teammates as Galatasaray bowed out of the competition at the hands of the Blues, but despite that, the club are still keen on offering him a deal to come back.
However, any offer would mean that the Ivorian ace would be a coach at the club’s Cobham training complex, with a bit part playing role on the side, though he would obviously be relied on to boost their attacking threat when needed.
They will have their work cut out for them, though, as Italian giants Juventus are also said to be keen on the veteran striker, while clubs in Qatar are also interested.