Drogba is unhappy with life at Stamford Bridge and claims he cannot live up to his true potential in London. But Blues boss Jose Mourinho has no plans to let the Ivory Coast striker leave — despite signing Shevchenko for £30 million.
Mourinho said: "A lot of people were speaking about Andriy to come and Didier Drogba to go but that was never the idea.Mourinho aims to pair Drogba with Shevchenko after a lack of firepower cost Chelsea in their pursuit of European glory last season. Will Drogba stay in Chelsea? He has commented in the past that he did not enjoy the support from English fan and would like to play in Italy.