Pedro's Chelsea adventure is about to end. Having lived at Stamford Bridge for five years, lifting a Premier League, an FA Cup and a Europa League, everything indicates that the canary will not renew his contract with the blue entity and that he will be a free player once the 2019/20 season is over.
A couple of months ago, the most likely solution seemed a march to the MLS, but the forward has received many offers in Europe and, as AS learned, his priority now is to stay on the Old Continent. Juventus is one of the teams that has taken information about their situation. Maurizio Sarri appreciates him very much: with the Italian, Pedro played 52 games in the 18/19 season and was one of the key men for the victory in the Europa League.
La Vecchia Signora, however, at the moment only had preliminary contacts with the player's environment, without starting a negotiation. Another team from Calcio, on the other hand, is pushing very hard to get their services: Roma. The giallorosso is the club most interested in the exazulgrana: they have been looking for him for months and with the passage of time they have become an increasingly concrete option.
Its incorporation is the priority objective of sports director Gianluca Petrachi, who is facing a difficult job. The crisis due to COVID-19 broke the negotiations between James Pallotta and Dan Friedkin for the sale of the club, and now the entity seeks to remain competitive, but it will have to cut its expenses considerably. Getting Pedro as a free agent would be the perfect signing and in Trigoria they are very optimistic. The canary, who will be 33 in July, has taken some time before the final decision. In Rome they look forward to their 'yes, I want'.