AC Milan Ready to Make Huge Bid for Chelsea Hitman Didier Drogba ?

Eddie M.Contributor IApril 14, 2010

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 13:  Didier Drogba of Chelsea reacts during the Barclays Premier League match between Chelsea and Bolton Wanderers at Stamford Bridge on April 13, 2010 in London, England.  (Photo by Jamie McDonald/Getty Images)
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AC Milan are ready to table a significant bid for Chelsea hit man Didier Drogba according to reports in Italy. Carlo Ancelotti former club Milan have wanted Drogba for some time and now the former Napoli sporting director Pierpaolo Marino has claimed that AC Milan will be making a bid for sure, this is the last news that Chelsea would have wanted to hear with rumours circulating that Nicolas Anelka also is thinking of leaving Stamford Bridge.

The Chelsea boss Ancelotti has already been informed that Chelsea will not be splashing out this summer and as well as Anelka and Drogba they could also end up losing Joe Cole for free this summer, if Chelsea are not careful they could end up losing three very influential players with no sign of any fresh blood coming in to Stamford Bridge.

Drogba may well be tempted to join AC Milan, he is coming in to the final years of his career and has no made no secret of his desire to one day play in Italy or Spain, if he does end up being sold to AC Milan then Ancelotti will have very little choice but to use whatever funds are raised to try and lure another marque centre forward to the Bridge.

The sale of Drogba could in fact start of a bit of a domino effect as Chelsea would then be expected to look a lot more closely at signing Valencia’s David Villa or even Wolfsburg Edin Dzeko, providing the German club gets realistic with their pricing. Well in my opinion i don't think he will leave because he has had such a great season and is still one of the most important players chelsea has. So what do you think will Drogba leave or stay ?  Thanks  for reading my article i hope you like it and feel free to rate and comment thanks!