Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is fielding an offer from AC Milan, with the star set to exit the Blues in the summer, according to Italian sports newspaper Il Corriere dello Sport.
Drogba struggled to find form this season at Chelsea, suffering from illness as well as having to vie with January purchase Fernando Torres for the striker position.
And with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich looking to make more purchases this summer, and Daniel Sturridge pushing for first team starts next season, Drogba looks to be out of favour with the club, and will look for a destination that satisfies his ambitions next season.
Newcastle and Tottenham have both been linked with the Chelsea star, but Drogba will likely be looking for a club that can offer Champions League football.
Inter Milan have the money to afford Drogba, and can take the striker to glory in both the domestic league and Europe.
Milan head coach Massimiliano Allegri has also reportedly taken a personal liking to Drogba, and believes the Ivory Coast international can take the Italian side to achieve even more success.
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