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Pedro to sign for Roma and leave Chelsea

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Pedro has purportedly agreed to sign as a free agent for Roma at the finish of the campaign when his deal lapses at Chelsea.

The time for the Spanish winger at Stamford Bridge appears to reach a conclusion and he is already ready to strike a contract somewhere else.

And according to Spanish publication AS, Pedro considers Roma to be the ‘need’ – which underpins a story from Italian paper Il Tempo – as he looks for his best course of action in West London after five years.

This comes in spite of attracting enthusiasm from four different sides, including Serie A giants Juventus, Seville, Valencia, and Real Betis-Mundo Deportivo says.

For quite a while, Roma has been close behind the 32-year-old winger and it appears their endeavors have been effective.

Back in 2015, Pedro joined Chelsea from Barcelona and he proceeded to feature for the Premier League outfit for 201 times.

He had once been one of the Premier League, FA Cup, and Europa League since moving to Stamford Bridge and will want to guarantee Chelsea completes in the top four preceding leaving the season.

The Spaniard has contributed two goals this season, and three assists for Frank Lampard ‘s side in 18 matches across all rivalries.

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