2. Didier Drogba
Jose Mourinho was questioned as to why the club had spent £24 million on a footballer from Marseille and Mourinho stated that they should wait till the end of his career to know the answer and what a career it has been for Drogba.
The beast at Chelsea was one of the best in his game, strong in the air, amazing with both feet, brilliant at free-kicks; the only thing that Drogba could not do was probably run all day with the ball at his feet.
The Chelsea legend scored 164 goals in just 381 appearances for the Blues and is fondly remembered for the way he would bully defences into submission. He won four Premier League titles; four FA Cups and a Champions League, apart from many other trophies during his eight-year stay at Chelsea and then even returned for another season in 2014-15. He is currently dominating defences in the MLS and that should not be a surprise to all those who have followed him over the years.