Chelsea attacker open to signing new contract?
Chelsea winger Pedro has suggested that he could be open to extending his contract with the Blues.
The Spain international's deal with the Blues expires at the end of June and he could thereafter pursue a free transfer away from the club.
Speaking to El Larguero, Pedro refused to speak on the rumoured interest from Real Betis. He added that he will hold a meeting with the Blues to decide his future beyond next month.
"I have to talk to the club, I have a contract until June 30th. I'm open to hearing other offers. Betis? I don't know, a meeting with Chelsea is pending," He told El Larguero.
The Premier League season is likely to finish in either July or August with the ongoing suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic and FIFA has permitted clubs to discuss short-term deals with players, who will go out-of-contract in July.
Willian has already committed his short-term future to the Blues and Pedro could similarly remain with the club for a couple of more months. Aside from Betis, New York City FC, Inter Miami FC and AS Roma have been linked with his services.