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Submitted by karim 1185d ago | news

Drogba: It is possible that i may return to Chelsea

Shanghai Shenhua striker Didier Drogba has revealed that he may return to his former side to train following the closure of the Chinese Super League. (Chelsea, Didier Drogba, English Premier League, Other Leagues, Shanghai Shenhua)

karim  +   1186d ago
He'll be welcomed like a king, he is a king after all..
Gamer1982  +   1185d ago
You don't kick out a king because your 50 million pound striker is sulking because he's there. I doubt he feels loved by Abramovich after being second favorite to Torres even after winning him the Champions League.
karim  +   1184d ago
It's not about Torres. It's about the new age policy where players over 30 years old get a 1 year contract..

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