New Chelsea signing could mark the end for Drogba

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Chelsea full-back Ryan Bertrand has admitted that a permanent move to Southampton is something he would be keen on, having impressed at St. Mary’s since his loan switch in the summer. The left-back, who hasn’t been able to force his way into Jose Mourinho’s plans, has become an integral part of Ronald Koeman’s squad, and when quizzed on the feasibility of him considering making the move a permanent one when his loan spell ends, replied positively. With Filipe Luis and Cesar Azpilicueta at his disposal Mourinho has little need for the 24-year-old at Stamford Bridge, and probably won’t be adverse to the idea of him leaving In other transfer news it’s said that the supposed soon-to-be signing of Croatian youngster Andrej Kramanic will spark the retirement of Didier Drogba, who would then become a coach in west London. The Ivory Coast international has been used as a third option by Mourinho so far, but Kramaric’s arrival would render him virtually surplus to requirements.

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