Impact Montréal striker Didier Drogba believes the Major League Soccer is more difficult than the English Premier League.
“It is a different challenge. People think it is easy to play here. But believe me, it is more difficult than to play in the Premier League because of the travelling,” the former Chelsea player told Reuters.
“You can stay in an airport for three or four hours if you miss your flight,” added the 37-year-old, who is adamant the MLS will become one of the top leagues.
“It is a championship that is growing, and I think it will become one of the top leagues in the world in the next few years.”
The Ivoirian hitman, who has scored 12 goals in 14 MLS appearances this season, is still to make a decision on his future at Impact where he has one year left on his contract.
“I will take the time to reflect on it this year, and decide if I carry on or not.”