Didier Drogba could follow his former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho to his next club.

The Guardian says the Ivory Coast international, who has recently been kept out of the team by a knee injury, was angry and disappointed when Mourinho vacated his position at the club last week and was replaced by Avram Grant, the Israeli who was brought in as the director of football in the summer.

Drogba is receptive to the idea of playing under Mourinho again and were the Portuguese to take another job before the end of January and the closure of the winter transfer window, Drogba could have a decision to make. But he will not quit Chelsea lightly or on a whim.