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There are quite a lot of uncertainties regarding transfers at the moment, and it’s hard to tell if clubs will keep or sell some of their players.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought a lot of uncertainties to football, and clubs don’t yet know how they will fare until the pandemic is over and football can resume to normal.
Pedro, Willian and Olivier Giroud are in the final year of their contracts, and the club isn’t close to agreeing terms with any of the trio.
Meanwhile, Chelsea legend Pat Nevin has confirmed that Pedro will be leaving at the end of the season and doesn’t think that he’d be missed at the club.
Nevin told West London Sport: “Pedro is definitely going as far as I understand.
“There is a question mark with Willian but will it be something that Chelsea fans will be overly worrying about? No.
“Christian Pulisic is coming on, Callum Hudson-Odoi is there and they won’t always play with wingers anyway because Frank plays with a 4-3-3.”
Pedro joined Chelsea in 2015, and the Spaniard has done well in the last five years, winning the Premier League, Europa League and FA Cup. However, he has had game time hard to get this season.