Didier Drogba has revealed there is an option for him to make a return to France.
The former Chelsea striker has revealed he is eager to seal a return move to Ligue 1 side Marseille - where he scored 27 goals in 46 appearances before joining Chelsea in 2004.
The 38-year-old told Canal+: "There is an option to return to France, but I will no say more. I hope to be able to hold my promise one day [to return to Marseille]. It can be done. You just have to take the time to sit down and talk.
"My comeback at Marseille is the eternal question for more than 12 years now. Every time I respond, and people say I'm just talking. But you let a player go, and financially he is making a good living since then, and now you want him to come back and divide his salary in two.
"And after that, you say he doesn't like Marseille. Who works to earn less? No one. I would like to come back as a player, but I can't force the board to bring me back."
Drogba is currently a free agent after spending two years with MLS club Montreal Impact.
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