Stamford Bridge forward set for Eastlands bid that will not be accepted in a million years.
Manchester City are preparing a £20 million bid for Chelsea star striker Didier Drogba.
City manager Roberto Mancini is a big fan of the Ivory Coast international and hopes to bring him to the Eastlands club, according to The Sun.
Drogba won the Premier League’s Golden Boot after scoring 29 league goals for the Blues last season, helping lead Chelsea to the Premier League and FA Cup titles.
The Ivorian striker would sign a three year deal worth £18 million is he made the move to City, who have already spent £60 million to secure the services of David Silva, Jerome Boateng and Yaya Toure this summer.
The 32-year-old still has two years remaining on his current Chelsea deal and would form arguably the best strike partnership in the world if he paired with City and Argentina star Carlos Tevez. (Goal.com)
Having secured the signatures of talented trio Silva, Boateng and Toure I can see why Roberto Mancini may want to continue spending but the idea that he could convince Didier Drogba to leave the Premier League champions is quite laughable.
The Ivory Coast man is more than likely to see out his career at Stamford Bridge and after six successful years and 131 goals and three domestic titles, who could blame him.