Chelsea winger Pedro is nearing the conclusion of the current deal and questions are starting to be asked whether he will remain at Stamford Bridge. The 32-year-old is struggling to get enough game time under Frank Lampard.
The Spaniard is out of contract and he’s very likely to become a free agent if recent reports are anything to go by.
According to French site FootMercato, cited by Football 365, Chelsea ‘likely’ won’t renegotiate Pedro’s contract with a trio of clubs circling.
The report asserts West Ham joins Aston Villa and Fenerbache’s fascination in the 32-year-old in anticipation of his standing.
Certainly and Pedro was a great servant for the Blues still has what it takes to do a project from the Premier League.
It presents a chance for the Hammers to finish a wise piece of business if given the chance, with the only concern being his salary.
Whether there is much truth in this report remains to be seen but if West Ham’s curiosity is concrete, it would make sense.
You wouldn’t say a move to the London Arena is a great deal of step down to Pedro speaking anyhow.
The wing positions are a priority, but if the opportunity to strengthen appears, there is every reason to go for it.