Isaac Drogba, Didier Drogba’s son, has failed to return to his Portuguese club after the youngster, 21, went to study in France.

Isaac Drogba, the son of former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, has gone missing from Academica in Portugal, with the club claiming they have no idea where he is.

When the 21-year-old scored his first goal for Serie D side Folgore Caratese in Italy a year ago, he made headlines. After leaving Catarese in Italy, he joined Academica’s B team, a second-tier club in Portugal from the renowned student city of Coimbra, in September.

Isaac, on the other hand, is said to have taken a break from football to travel to France to take some school tests.

According to a report from Portuguese outlet ZeroZero, the forward has a contract with the club, but neither his coaches nor his teammates are aware of his location. They allege Isaac hasn’t communicated with them in over two months.

“He is a fun, speedy, technically proficient attacker who needs time to mature,” said Miguel Carvalho, the side’s U23 squad coach.

“When someone comes in from the outside, he always requires some time, which he didn’t have.”

“He’s gone, and we’re not sure if he’ll return.” It’s a pity to feel a little settled when the quality is so high.

“We agreed on a time for him to return, but he didn’t show up.” We haven’t heard anything about him since then.”

“I met a good boy,” Carvalho added. The difference is that he didn’t have to work as hard to earn more money.

“I met a lot of footballers, and the ones that really want it fight.”

“He bid goodbye to us in January, saying he was going to spend the weekend in France with his family, but he never returned.”

“To be honest, I’m not sure if he’ll ever return.”

Isaac Drogba began his professional career at Chelsea, the team that his father helped win the Premier League and the Champions League.

In 2018, he moved for Guingamp in France before moving to Italy just over a year ago.

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