World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's Galatasaray soccer club signed a contract with Didier Yves Drogba of Chinese Shanghai Shenhua team on Monday.
Turkish Super League Galatasaray club stated that it signed the contract for 18 months valid as of the second half of 2012-2013 soccer season.
34-year old Ivorian footballer was playing as a forward for Shanghai Shenhua.
Galatasaray will pay 2 million euro for the second half of the season, and four million euro for 2013-2014 season as well as 15,000 euro for each game he plays.
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