Chelsea legend Didier Drogba suggests on Twitter that he is not ready to retire
- Didier Drogba suggests on Twitter that he is not ready to stop playing
- Drogba had indicated that he would stop playing at the end of the Phoenix Rising season
- The contract of the 40-year-old with Phoenix Rising ends at the end of this month
Jeorge Bird for Mailonline
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has suggested on Twitter that his playing career may not be over yet.
The 40-year-old indicated earlier that he would retire after the season of his current club Phoenix Rising has ended.
Despite helping his side win the Western Conference, Drogba could not prevent Phoenix Rising losing 1-0 to Louisville City in the USL Cup Final in what was apparently his last game as a player.
Didier Drogba has suggested on Twitter that he is not willing to retire
Drogba, whose contract expires at the end of this month, has now indicated that he can continue playing.
As reported by the target, Drogba placed a clip on Twitter from the movie Wolf or Wall Street in which the protagonist, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, states: & # 39; You know what, I'm not leaving & # 39 ;.
Drogba is best known for his trophy-laden spells with Chelsea, for whom he scored 164 goals
THE HONORS OF DROGBA
Chelsea – Premier League: 2004-05, 2005-06, 2009-10, 2014-15
Champions League: 2012
League Cup: 2005, 2007, 2015
Community Shield: 2005, 2009
Galatasaray – Super Lig: 2012-13
Turkish cup: 2014
Turkish Super Cup: 2014
Phoenix Rising – Western Conference: 2018
It seems that Drogba, who became the first player-owner in football when he took over at Phoenix Rising, is not entirely prepared to end his days as a player.
Drogba is best known for his time at Chelsea, for whom he scored 164 goals in 381 games in two spells and won a series of trophies, including four Premier League titles, four FA Cups three League Cups and the Champions League.
In addition, Drogba also had stints at Le Mans, Guingamp, Marseille, Shanghai Shenhua, Galatasaray and Montreal Impact, while he made performances for more than a century for Ivory Coast.