Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has announced that he intends to retire from football at the end of the season.
At 34-years-old the Ivorian lead Chelsea to success in the Champions League against Bayern Munich.
Phoenix Rising played their last game in the USL play-offs this year in October, so there is still some time for Drogba to bang home a few more goals.
The 39-year-old Chelsea legend is now playing for Phoenix Rising in America's USL, where he also owns a stake in the club.
Drogba has turned out for a total of eight clubs in a decorated career at the top, with his finest work coming in two spells with Chelsea.
Lampard, Terry and Drogba enjoyed a trophy-laden career at Stamford Bridge and led the side to their first Uefa Champions League triumph in 2012.
Drogba said: "Ah, do you want a scoop?"
It was Drogba's last game for the club (until he returned two years later) and he marked the occasion with a brilliant equaliser five minutes later, heading in from a Juan Mata corner. "There comes a time when you have to stop", Drogba told RMC.
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