Calcio dreamed of Drogba’s arrival for a long time, and today he can celebrate it. Of course, instead of Didier, who has retired almost three years ago, his son Isaac, new signing of Folgore Caratese, a club that plays in Serie D, landed at Bel Paese, the fourth category of the Italian king sport. The player, who turned 20 in December, is a forward like his father, although he can also be used as a winger. After having grown up in the Chelsea quarry, he passed through the Guingamp U19 team, also reaching the French team, which he left last summer.
The team from the city of Carate Brianza (about 30 km from Milan), has been looking for his arrival for months and got his free agent trade, which became official today. La Folgore, who is seventh in Group A of Serie D (although only three points behind third place), already has another weapon to aim for promotion: and there are already great expectations about the exploits of little Drogba.
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