Didier Drogba has dismissed speculation about his future ahead of Chelsea’s Champions League showdown with Bayern Munich.
The final in Germany could be Drogba’s last game for the club as his contract expires this summer and he is yet to agree a new deal.
He has been linked with moves to China, Italy and even Barcelona in recent weeks, but the striker insists he is fully focused on helping Chelsea become European champions.
Drogba said: “Tomorrow the most important thing is to win the game. People are talking about it being my last game. There are a lot of rumours about me and Barca – it’s not true.
“I’m just happy because once again we are in the Champions League final. I think for the club that’s fantastic. Nobody expected us to reach the final but now we are here we will do everything we can to win it.
“Tomorrow’s game is so important. We’ve waited four years for it, so my future and contract isn’t important.”
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