Juventus could turn their attention towards Chelsea’s out-of-contract striker Samuel Eto’o after difficulties in negotiations with Didier Drogba. Drogba is available on a free after leaving Turkish side Galatasaray upon the expiry of his contract and, while the Ivorian has lucrative offers from the MLS, the former Chelsea striker is keen to remain in Europe. Juventus have been holding talks with Drogba and negotiations have been going well, with the Italian champions offering a one-year deal worth ˆ4 million (3.2 million), according to Sport Mediaset, while the veteran wants a two-year contract. However, with Drogba 36 years of age, Juventus are reluctant to offer more than a one-year contract, meaning that the Old Lady could turn their attention towards Eto’o, who is set to become a free agent himself when his contract at Chelsea expires this summer. Juventus have already been linked with a move for Eto’o, who is unlikely to re-sign with Chelsea after calling manager Jose Mourinho a “fool” and a “puppet” after the Portuguese was recorded poking fun at the former Barcelona and Inter striker’s age.