Chelsea legend Didier Drogba is considering a move to Inter Milan this summer, according to reports from the Express.
Drogba was released by the Blues at the end of their title-winning campaign after the club decided to not extend his contract for another year, signing Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao to replace the Ivory Coast international.
And despite being talks with a move to the MLS, Drogba is now mulling over the option of signing for Inter before the start of the new Serie A season having previously worked under Nerazzurri boss Roberto Mancini during their time at Galatasaray.
Drogba said: “Inter are a great club, and certainly if they were to contact me I’d gladly listen to their offer, but I’m currently in talks with an MLS club.
“Inter could be an option if they really are interested in me.”
The 37-year-old is already in the twilight years of his career and revealed that he does not mind playing second-fiddle to Mauro Icardi at the San Siro, adding that he will need to fight for his place in the team.
“It would be absolutely no problem. In every team there are players you have to compete with for a place in the team,” he added.
The former Marseille striker made 40 appearances for Jose Mourinho’s men last season, scoring seven goals.