Chelsea are considering the idea of bringing back Didier Drogba during the MLS off-season in hopes that he can boost morale in the dressing room, according to the Sun, as reported by the Metro.
The 37-year-old is currently playing for Montreal Impact, but could consider a loan move to back to his former club in order to continue training for the new campaign.
It is believed that the more senior members of the squad have suggested the idea as they look to turn around their huge decline in performance since lifting the Premier League trophy last season.
The Blues have already lost seven, drew two, and won only three of their previous 12 league matches as they sit in 16th place, three points away from the relegation zone.
Drogba left the club in 2012 to play for Shanghai Shenhua and Galatasaray before eventually making a return to Stamford Bridge last season to help his side win the league title.
The now retired Ivory Coast international could even feature under Jose Mourinho one more time given that they get permission from Montreal Impact ahead of a potential loan deal.