Pedro is said to expecting to receive a new deal in the coming weeks from Chelsea.
At the end of June, the existing agreement at the Stamford Bridge of the 32-year-old is due to expire and it is thought that including Roma and Real Betis a number of clubs are interested in his services.
About extension of the stay, Pedro admitted that he didn’t make a conversation with the Blues, while an agreement is dubious as Frank Lampard’s side plan for the future.
However, as he wants to extend his stay in the English capital the Spaniard hopes from the Premier League outfit ‘for a late change of heart’, according to ESPN.
Pedro supposedly wants a two-year contract, but Chelsea has a rule of offering players over 30 years of age only one-year extensions, which is a policy expected to see them lose Willian on a free transfer.
Chelsea has a policy of offering an only one-year extension to players over 20 years of age but Pedro wants a two-year contract. According to the policy, Chelsea might lose Willian on a free transfer.
This season the former Barcelona winger has scored at club level only twice in 18 appearances.