The Former Chelsea striker left Premier League to end his carrier with Major League Soccer.
With a little bit less than what he was earning in England, Didier Drogba is scheduled to make $1,666,668 in base salary and $ 2,166,668 in guaranteed compensation in 2015.
The question many asked is whether the Ivorian international could bring some energy into Montreal Impact’s offensive line. In fact, Drogba has done just that. With 9 goals in his first 10 games, he has kept his team at a higher level chart wise and it is the opinion of many that the man still has some gas in his tank. Drogba has succeeded to make impact through his scoring ability, the support he brings to the rest of the team and his popularity among fans.
As of now, Montreal Impact stand third among the Eastern Conference top three with 51 points followed by New York Red Bulls, 60 points, and Columbus Crew, 53 points. In the Western Conference top three, FC Dallas leads with 60 points followed by Vancouver Whitecaps, 53 points, and Portland Timbers, 53 points.