Official: Didier Drogba's Son Joins an Italian Club
By NigerNews | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 8650 views
An ItalianSerie D club named as Falgore Caratese has announced the signing of isaac Drogba, the son of former Chelsea Legend in Didier.
The young lad who's playing as a Striker just like his dad started his career playing at Chelsea youth team for some years before being released in February 2018 to join EA Guingamp u-19 team and he was without a club at the end of 2019/20.
However, 20-year-old Issac has finally secured a move to another club as Falgore announced his signing this evening.
It will be a good development phase for the Youngster just like the way his father began many years ago, before joining marseille and Chelsea FC in which the rest was history.
Here is pictures of Issac and his father in their recent outing;
Nonetheless, if he could perform to the highest level at the new club, many top clubs around the world wouldn't hesitate to bid for him because his father's genes is imbibed in him.
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