"Didier has given himself 10 days," friend and agent Thierno Seydi told France Football. "If nothing happens he'll stay at Chelsea and extend his contract by two years.
"He doesn't see himself starting training in a few days with Chelsea and then leaving to a new club.
"The reality of November is not that of today. At the time Didier was affected by departure of Jose Mourinho who he was very close to.
"Today, there is nothing to say that he won't stay at Chelsea."