Chelsea star hints at summer stay with shirt number change

Pedro Rodriguez looks set to stay at Chelsea this summer...

Pedro Rodriguez appears set to stay at Chelsea beyond the summer transfer window after taking the number 11 shirt number at the club from next season.

The Spaniard’s future at Stamford Bridge has been a source of speculation in recent weeks as Antonio Conte prepares for his first season in charge of the west London club.

Pedro – who only joined Chelsea from Barcelona last summer – has been linked with a move back to Spain in the current transfer window.

However, it appears that the Spain international has confirmed that he will be staying on in west London by taking the new shirt number for next season, as

The club has confirmed a switch in shirt number from 17 to 11 for the Spanish attacker, after loanee striker Alexandre Pato left the club.

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Chelsea continue to be linked with a host of players as Conte prepares for his first campaign in charge of the west London outfit.

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