Pedro has opened up on his uncertain future at Chelsea and has not ruled out the possibility of remaining at the club despite nearing the end of his contract at Stamford Bridge.
The 32-year-old’s current deal is set to expire at the end of next month and the forward is widely expected to leave the club this summer, the Spaniard having made just nine Premier League appearances so far this season amid increased competition from the likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi and Christian Pulisic.
Pedro – who has been liked with Real Betis – admits that while he has ‘offers from many places’, he is still open the possibility of extending his stay at Chelsea and says a meeting over his future at the club is ‘pending’ amid the current pandemic.
“I have to talk to the club, I have a contract until June 30th. I’m open to hearing other offers. I don’t know [about Betis’ interest], a meeting with Chelsea is pending,” he told El Larguero radio station.
“The coronavirus situation affected everything, so at the moment we are waiting for a meeting with Chelsea.
“I know that the contract is concluding, but we have not yet sat down to discuss whether to renew and continue here or not. I’m waiting for the meeting with the club, but am also open to listening to other offers.
“The priority right now is completing my contract, then we’ll see what happens. I have offers from many places and I’ll evaluate what to do next.
“The truth is, I don’t know what’s going to happen.”