The Ivory Coast international revealed earlier this season, following his mentor Jose Mourinho's departure, that he has never been happy with The Blues and that leaving the club is part of his plans.

Drogba has been linked with both Milan clubs, but Inter have reacted to the rumours and said the African hero is not a target, at the moment.

The chairman also added that Adriano, who is on loan at Sao Paulo and has been linked with a move to Chelsea, will return to his parent club in the summer.

"We are happy with our attack," Moratti told Domenica Sportiva.

"Adriano will return. Regarding Drogba, he is not part of our plans at this hour."