Chelsea legend Didier Drogba is reportedly ready to run for Ivory Coast Football Federation Presidency.
The 41-year-old has recently joined the Confederation of African Football (CAF) as an advisor to president Ahmad Ahmad, will pose a serious threat to the incumbent in the elections scheduled for November if he decides to join the race.
According to a report by L’Equipe, Drogba would relish taking up the role having hang up his boots with the election is scheduled for November and former Africa Football of Players is a member of the executive committee of Ivorian outfit Williamsville Athletic Club.
Drogba scored 65 goals from 105 appearances for the West African nation where he holds legendary status in his country, having played for the Elephants for 12 years.
The Elephants, under Ibrahim Kamara, were involved in the just-concluded Africa Cup of Nations, where they exited in the quarter-finals after a defeat by Algeria.