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Chelsea fail in bid to bring back Drogba

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Ceylan Caliskan has claimed Chelsea have failed in their attempt to re-sign old Chelsea favourite Didier Drogba.

The Ivory Coast international left Chelsea in 2012 after Chelsea beat Bayern Munich in penalties, and also enjoyed eight years of success with three of them years under Jose Mourinho. 

Since Drogba went as a free agent he has played for Shanghai Shenhua, before returning to Europe with Turkish team Galatasaray in January.

The 35-year-old, who is still an iconic player at the London-based club, still has the potential to play in the top flight. 

Mourinho also believes this after getting in touch with Drogba over the phone, which is what Drogba's advisor Ceylan Caliskan has said. 

Caliskan told Sky Sports: "Mourinho called Drogba and told him he would like to see him back.

"However, Drogba is very happy at Galatasaray and he informed his former coach that he has no intention of leaving."


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