Pedro Rodríguez, during a party with Chelsea

DISSATISFACTION IN CHELSEA

Pedro can finish playing in Athletic or Valencia

Published:10/08/2016 - 18:12h

Updated:10/08/2016 - 18:12h

The Canarian attacker of Chelsea, Pedro Rodríguez, is not satisfied in England and could do the cases for recalar in a Spanish club. With the FC Barcelona descartado, the Tenerifean could finish playing for Athletic or Valencia

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The Canarian attacker of Chelsea, Pedro Rodríguez, would wish to change of airs to the have not fit the past season in Chelsea, without having adapted neither to the life of England. For the Tenerifean, the priority would be to do the cases this summer course to a club of the Spanish League.

The FC Barcelona does not contemplate the option to go back to receive him in the staff, by what Athletic of Madrid and Valencia antojan for the time being like the most likely options to turn into the new destination of Pedro Rodríguez. The ex Barcelona knows that it will not be to title to the orders of Antonio Conte in Chelsea, and would wish recalar by this reason in a Spanish club.

The price of the signing, however, is what for the moment throws to backwards to Athletic and Valencia, taking into account that the footballer left of the FC Barcelona the past summer in return of 30 million euros ingresados by the Barça, a quantity that are not had to pay neither Athletic neither Valencia, that would move more between the 15-20 millions.

The club ché is the most interested team when needing reinforce the attack with players of quality, and to day of today all the parts would be studying the operation. The caché of Pedro Rodríguez in the market of signings has gone down notably in the last months, after a season nefasta with Chelsea and an UEFA Euro 2016 in which hardly it had participation with Spain. 

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