Mourinho and Abramovich keen to get bargain deal done and land Chelsea big man

There has been some reports emerge which have again claimed Didier Drogba could be back at Chelsea next season, because of the Financial Fair Play rule.

Drogba has been linked with a move back to Stamford Bridge over the last few weeks, with blues boss Jose Mourinho keen to nail him down ether as a player of a coach

Mourinho’s frustrations with the limitations of his attacking options, plus Drogba looming availability for nothing, means the Ivorian could make a 12-month final hoorah as a Chelsea player, according to the Daily Mirror website.

Mourinho would like to get rid of Fernando Torres, Samuel Eto’o and Demba Ba this season, and replace them with some big names.

However, billionaire owner Roman Abramovich is determined to keep within the parameters set by UEFA’s FFP provisions and a big spending summer may not happen at Stamford Bridge this summer

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