As the season draws to a close the transfer rumours start to get more interesting and one that seems to be gaining some momentum is the story linking Didier Drogba to Spurs.

The link includes the suggested arrival of Asamoah Gyan to partner Drogba up front and the deal would be partly financed by the sale of Peter Crouch and Jermain Defoe.

While Drogba seems unlikely – second place for Chelsea could see a clearout of some big names. Gyan on the other hand could seem a candidate for a move, given Sunderland’s disappointing season.

Now 33, Drogba has never been the most popular player – even with his own fans, but he does get goals. Would he be welcomed down at the Lane?

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6 COMMENTS

  1. of course he’d be welcome at the yids. Guaranteed goals and hold up play. He’s still chelsea’s best striker and probably the best in the league. His ego is a small price to pay to have this quality in the squad, even just for a season at a time. No better man that HR to manage this .

  2. NO WAY PEDRO THE GUY`S EGO WOULD NOT FIT INTO THE LANE , WAS W/CLASS NOW CHAMPIONSHIP FODDER HARRY KNOW`S WHO THE 2/3 STRIKERS WE WANT AT THE LANE SO STOP BITCHING AND GET THE JOB CLOSER TO STAMPING THE RED GOTTCHA CONTRACT JOB DONE !!!

  3. No point in getting Gyan we need to improve on the strikers we have and Gyan is no improvement. Drogba at 33 is also questionable, he has been a great player but we really need to get in a couple of quality strikers that will give us goals and quality in the next few years not maybe just for one season

  4. Sadly Spurs were linked to Gyan along with Peter Odimwengie last summer and didnt sign them. If we had i feel we might be looking at top 3 rather than 5th.

    Harry likes an oldie so the Drogba deal could happen but as he is 33 he will not solve the striker problem but postone it for a season.

    Cant see Levy paying £15mil+ for Gyan, a player he couldve signed for less than £10mil last summer.

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