Former Chelsea star Didier Drogba has confirmed he will be leaving Turkish side Galatasaray and could be making a possible return to the Premier League, Daily Mail reports.
With the Turkish season completed, Drogba posted a goodbye message in his Instagram to his supporters.
It wrote: “Dear Fans, dear brothers, dear sisters, since day one of my arrival thanks to you all, I felt at home here in Turkey.
“Sharing, seeing, feeling the passion, sincerity and warm hospitality of My Turkish people is truly unforgettable.”
Reports suggest the Ivory Coast striker could be making a sensational return to Chelsea with Jose Mourinho still interested in his services.
The Blues would certainly welcome back the 36-year-old legend to Stamford Bridge after Drogba’s last act as a Chelsea player was scoring the penalty that handed them their first ever Champions League trophy back in 2012.
It is uncertain whether Drogba will even continue playing football at the highest level, but if his success in Turkey is anything to go by, then we could very well see the striker torment Premier League defenders in the near future.