Chris O (follow on Twitter: @COakleyFtbl)
Fri 19 October 2007

Drogba in shock South American move?

Guest writer: James Ellis

Didier Drogba reportedly wants out of the Chelski revolution, seeking new horizons abroad. It’s no surprise, an inevitable consequence of Mourinho’s departure.

In line with the Ivory Coast hit man's diving antics on the pitch, his comments off it are equally over-dramatic: "I want to get back to playing with butterflies in my stomach for a club who make me dream" states Didier, adding "there aren't 50 clubs who could stimulate this sort of passion, just four: AC Milan, Inter, Barça and Real." Or in other words, a club that can match the astronomical wage he is currently drawing from the Bank of Abramovich.

However, I believe Mr Drogba would be much more at home playing in the Peruvian league. The team below are just as ambitious as Europe’s leading clubs and will certainly match his personality.



What's your reaction to the news that Didier Drogba could be leaving Chelsea? Has he been a loyal servant who's justified in wanting to leave, or is he just another money-chasing international superstar? Let us know your thoughts by leaving us a comment.

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