Didier Drogba has been in talks with Chelsea for some time now over extending his current contract, but as yet his future at the club remains uncertain.
He has just entered the final year of his current contract and according to reports coming out of Stamford Bridge he has been offered an extension of another year.
Drogba though wants at least two years, and it is has been reported that if he was offered two more years he would then finish playing.
In a report in today’s Sunday Mirror newspaper Drogba said, “ I said a few years ago that I will be here until the end of my contract. But I would like to finish my career here. We are continuing talks.”
He went on to add, “Everybody knows what I feel about Chelsea and what I want.”
Manager Andre Villas-Boas has also had his say and it appears as though he refuses to budge when it comes to a two year contract for Drogba. He said, “He knows our offer and he has made a counter offer. We are now waiting on things.”
Drogba may well start for Chelsea today in their first game of the new season, and if he keeps up his record of scoring against Stoke he may well get that contract offer of two years sooner rather than later.