Chelsea attacker Pedro is reportedly attracting the interest of both AC Milan and Inter Milan ahead of the summer.
According to the Daily Express, AC Milan want to try strike a deal for the 31-year-old and their sporting director Leonardo is a big fan of him.
It is also understood that Inter are keen on the Spaniard too and want to try add him to their squad for next season.
The Blues may not want to let the winger go with the possibility of a transfer ban ahead of them, but the Serie A giants are keen on a player who is about to enter the final year of his contract in West London.
Chelsea signed Pedro for £21million (BBC) back in 2015 from Barcelona and he’s won one Premier League medal so far.
He’s a skilful individual that’s excellent with both feet and so far this campaign has scored nine goals in 41 games across all competitions.
But the dazzling wide man can be very hit-and-miss in front of goal and is one of several 30-plus aged players at Stamford Bridge.
Many feel that he and teammate Willian are blocking the path of Callum Hudson-Odoi into the first team, who is an exciting young English talent starved of minutes.
Maurizio Sarri has used Pedro on a regular basis this season despite his inconsistency and it will be intriguing to see what the club decide once they know more about the potential ban.