The Chelsea winger has his days counted at Stamford Bridge and aims at the exit in January window
Chelsea has been through a transition in this season and did not release any player due to their transfer ban during the summers. Now that the ban has been lifted the London club is looking into the market. The youth academy is holding the current Chelsea squad strong and their contributions have been convincing. The club has now suffered a set back with Tammy’s injury but will hope to resolve their problems soon.
This transition period at the bridge has affected a few players and their scope in the club in the near future. The Chelsea manager Lampard has been critically positive about his boys for most of the season and seems to depend on the youth for building up the first team. Even star players like Willian and Barkley are finding it tough to fight for their positions in the first team.
Among the left out jewels at Chelsea, Pedro is a name that has come up to change the course of a match in which he featured. No other Blues player is as decorated as the Spanish winger but his current bit-part role in the team has seen him become a shadow of his former self. The Spaniard’s contract runs out in June and hence he might move to pursue a new chapter in his career.
Heading towards a new Chapter?
With the January transfer window open, the transfer rumor mill is running hot but the activities in Europe’s top leagues are running slow. Pedro has drawn interest from MLS outfit Inter Miami. Miami’s franchise holder is David Beckham and the man himself might ask the winger to star for his side. Inter Miami is going to debut the next edition of Major League Soccer and is highly anticipated with big names linked to the US-based club.
Vissel Kobe is another team that is showing interest in Pedro as he is trying to a getaway from the London club. The Japanese club will attempt to use Pedro’s former Barcelona teammate Andreas Iniesta to lure him into a transfer move. The 32-year old seems unsettled by lack of matches and grasping his form in the mid-season with his contract expiring in the summers of 2020.