Juventus are considering a summer swoop for Chelsea legend Didier Drogba as they look to bolster their attacking options, according to reports in Italy. The Galatasaray striker’s contract runs out in the summer and will be available on a free transfer at the end of the season, something which has alerted the Italian champions. Juve are unlikely to make a permanent move for Southampton striker Pablo Osvaldo who is currently on loan from Southampton. Montenegrin forward Mirko Vucinic is also set for a summer exit, leaving room for another striker in the squad. Antonio Conte’s preferred choice is Bayern Munich’s Mario Mandzukic but a deal looks unlikely to happen and has therefore turned his attention to Drogba, according to Sport Mediaset. The Turin club are apparently willing to offer the 36-year-old a one-year contract with the option of a second year, and an annual salary of 3.2million. Drogba faced Juventus twice this campaign in the group stage of the Champions League in which he scored once and made two assists.