Ex-Chelsea striker Franco Di Santo has revealed the advice that Blues legend Didier Drogbagave him and other Chelsea youngsters while he was at Stamford Bridge. Franco Di Santo talked about Didier Drogba and his time as a Chelsea player in a chat with media outlet Clarin.

<center><img src="https://pbs.twimg.com/media/COzljqzXAAASE3Z.jpg" width="500" /></center>Franco Di Santo told reporters that he has high regard for Didier Drogba after the advice he gave to him and the other Blues youngsters. According to the Argentine striker, Didier Drogba gave them the idea of being a better person than a player.<!--more-->
<a href="https://www.franco-di-santo.com/di-santo-makes-first-lorenzo-start">Franco Di Santo narrated how Chelsea legend Didier Drogba</a> wanted the younger players to not only bebetter players but also be better people.The San Lorenzo player said Didier Drogbaalways aimed more at the collective rather than the individual and he wants the players to adopt the same ethos. Franco Di Santo started his career at AudaxItaliano in the Chilean top flight before the Blues paid the transfer fee required to sign him. Chelsea paid £4m for his signature in 2008 but he didn't really live up the hype that made the Blues splash cash on him.Di Santo spent two years at Chelsea before he left the club for Wigan Athletic in 2010. While he was at Chelsea, he spent the last year of his stay at Stamford Bridge on loan to Blackburn Rovers.
On the international scene, <a href="https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/my-teammates-aren-t-as-arrogant-as-they... Di Santo was named the little Hernan Crespo after his compatriot. Just like Hernan Crespo, Franco Di Santo</a> played for both the Argentine national team and West London giants Chelsea. Franco Di Santo failed to deliver on the hype from the early part of his career and he represented his country, Argentina, on three occasions and didn’t find the back of the net in those games.