Didier Droba hopes to continue at Chelsea once he retires, which could be as soon as the end of the season…
Blues legend Didier Drogba is set to retire at the end of the season, with the 36-year-old set for a coaching role at the club, reports Caught Offside.
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The Chelsea man is unsurprisingly behind Diego Costa at the club, and is competing with Loic Remy for the second choice spot. With Jose Mourinho plotting a move for Croatian youngster Andrej Kramaric however, he will soon see his chances limited significantly further.
Drogba has been excellent when taking the field for Chelsea this season, and will always be a fan favourite. The former Ivorian international is hoping to remain at the club after his retirement, with a coaching role at the club possibly on offer.