- Pedro Rodriguez has played his final game for Chelsea as he prepares to leave the Stamford Bridge club
- Reports say the player will be on his way to joining Italian club Roma
- Pedro who joined Chelsea in 2015 won the Premier League, FA Cup and the Europa League
Pedro has bid Chelsea fans farewell as he played his final game for the Premier League club in their 2-0 win over Wolvers with goals from Mason Mount and Olivier Giroud.
Cesc Fabregas has been applauded for bringing the former Barcelona winger to the Stamford Bridge as the player now bids emotional farewell to the club.
The 32-year-old joined the Blues from Barcelona in 2015 and won the Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League before his exit.
On the 2019/2020 season final day, the player posted several photos on his social media handles which also included how he was being celebrated in the dressing room.
"My last game at Stamford Bridge,” he wrote.
"Thanks to every fan for your support through this years, to the club for giving me the chance of being a Blue and to my team-mates.
"You'll be in my heart forever. Now let's fight for FA Cup trophy!!! BIG BLUE FAMILY."
But former Chelsea star Fabregas replied: "What a career you had with the Blues.
"Thank god you listened, trusted me and landed at the right place."
Meanwhile, Brazilian play maker Willian recently put pen to paper to extend his contract at the club until the end of July, however his future is still unclear.
Pedro may likely join Roma next season, but reports that Willian's attempt to move to a Chinese club has stalled.
GOAL are reporting that with the failed discussion of the Brazilian and the unnamed Chinese club, Chelsea are looking to retain Willain who is poised to become the club’s longest serving Brazilian.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that David Silva played his final game for Manchester City in the Premier League when the Citizens took on Norwich on Sunday, July 26.
Nicknamed ‘Merlin’, the club’s icon who arrived in 2010 has been described as the club’s greatest-ever player by team-mate Pablo Zabaleta as the curtain starts to come down on his glittering Etihad career.
The 34-year-old could also still win the UEFA Champions League with the club in August, but in any case he will smile home with his massive 11 major trophies including four titles.
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