Chelsea striker Didier Drogba could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge following the arrival of Fernando Torres.
Drogba, 33, is rumoured to be a target for Turkish side Galatasaray with former club Marseille also believed to be keeping a tab on the striker.
He has had a disappointing season following his exploits last year when he smashed 29 league goals to lead Chelsea to the Premiership title.
But the striker’s form has been hampered this term after being struck down with malaria and he’s only hit the back of the net nine times so far.
With Torres’s arrival, the Ivorian striker can no longer claim to be the ‘Top Drog’ – something he is becoming increasingly unhappy about.
He started on the bench in Monday’s stalemate against local rivals Fulham with Carlo Ancelotti opting to use £50 million Torres as the figurehead of his three-man attack.
As Chelsea look to rebuild their team around Torres, Drogba’s seven-year tenure could be coming to an end.
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