Drogba hints at possible reunion with Mourinho at Chelsea
Galatasaray footballer Didier Drogba has said that he believes that Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has 'unfinished business' at Chelsea, adding that he is open to reunion with him if the Portuguese makes a return to Stamford Bridge this summer.
The Ivorian, whose penalty clinched last season's Champions League for Chelsea, has suggested that he would be keen to join forces with Mourinho and help the club either as a player or coach, the Guardian reports.
According to Drogba, the best solution for Chelsea is to bring back Mourinho, adding that the Portuguese, whom he termed as a 'winner', may be the right person to rebuild the team and win them back-to-back league titles like they did few years back with him at the helm.
Drogba further said that even though Mourinho has enjoyed successful spells with Internazionale and Real Madrid, he still loves Chelsea and is also close to the players at the club, adding that success is one of the reasons that may lure him back to Chelsea.
Drogba also revealed that the possibility of returning on a permanent basis was discussed in January and admitted that he will be keen to explore a comeback should Mourinho return.
Drogba, who trained with Chelsea in December during the off-season in China, further said that he feels like he is at home when he goes to London, especially Chelsea's training ground.
Mourinho has been linked with a move back to Chelsea at the end of the season, when Rafael Benitez will depart as interim manager, the report added. (ANI)