The former Chelsea man will see his current deal with Turkish club Galatasaray expire this summer and despite an option to continue, the Ivorian looks likely to leave in June.Drogba has continued to impress in the biggest games, helping the Turks to a Champions League second round tie with Chelsea and the likes of English club Tottenham Hotspur and countless clubs across Europe have taken note.However, any interested parties, including a hopeful Galatasaray are set to be beaten by Serie A leaders Juventus after they met with Drogba’s representatives.Whilst, Drogba, 36, is seen to be edging closer to retirement than playing on the big stage, Juve boss Antonio Conte is keen to provide the likes of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente with adequate back-up.Drogba has scored 10 goals in 24 games this season.