Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact have ended speculation that striker Didier Drogba coul...
Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact have ended speculation that striker Didier Drogba could return to former club Chelsea following Sunday’s confirmation that the Ivorian is to remain with the club.
Montreal in an official statement on its twitter account announced that Drogba who was top-scorer for Montreal with 11 goals as they reached the MLS Eastern Conference semi-finals would join their pre-season training camp.
And it now appears the Ivorian who will see out his contract with Montreal, which runs to the end of this year also tweeted;
Drogba held talks with Chelsea in December amid rumours he could join the club’s coaching staff.At the time, Montreal admitted that Drogba had expressed a “desire to help” Chelsea and that the situation was “out of our control”.On way to Qatar to do some preparation work for pre-season 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 @impactmontreal pic.twitter.com/KnZdQXdr4Q— Didier Drogba (@didierdrogba) January 24, 2016
But Drogba subsequently denied reports that he was ready to end his playing career, tweeting: “I have not yet announced my retirement.”