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28-Year-Old Forward/Midfielder     Chelsea  Premier      Full Name: Pedro Rodriguez Ledesma


Birthdate:  July 28, 1987    Birthplace:  Santa Cruz, Spain    Nationality:  Spain    Height:  5' 7"    Weight:  141 lbs    
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2015 Proj. Chelsea 2652 14 7 73 34 1030 24 84 40 44

September 19, 2015    Pedro News

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Pedro (quad) will start in Saturday's match against Arsenal.

Pedro was held out earlier in the week against Maccabi Tel Aviv during Champions League play but apparently he's returned to fitness and will make his fourth Premier League appearance Saturday.

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Pedro: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

September 18, 2015

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Pedro (quad) will have a late fitness test ahead of Saturday's match against Arsenal.

Pedro was held out of Wednesday's Champions League match against Maccabi Tel Aviv due to the ailment, but with Willian being ruled out with a hamstring injury, the Blues will need Pedro back on the pitch to help put up a fight against the Gunners.

August 31, 2015

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Pedro took home an assist in Saturday's 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace.

Pedro's pin-point cross was turned in by Falcao in the 79th minute for an equaliser that was almost immediately cancelled out by the visitors. The Spanish winger made a team-high five key passes but all of his four shots were off target on an afternoon to forget for the home side. An an individual basis, Pedro will be happy with his one goal and two assists return from his opening pair of games.

August 24, 2015

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Pedro started and scored in the 20th minute of his Chelsea debut Sunday at West Brom.

Pedro only left Barcelona for Chelsea three days prior to Sunday's match, but the Spaniard almost immediately made an impact, scoring the Blues' first goal. On the back of that performance, the winger figures to keep his place in Chelsea's starting lineup moving forward. An accomplished winger with double-digit goal potential, Pedro should help take pressure off Eden Hazard and Diego Costa to score for Chelsea, thus bolstering manager Jose Mourinho's attacking setup.

August 23, 2015

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Pedro is starting Sunday against West Brom.

Pedro gets his first start in his first opportunity after joining from Barcelona earlier this week. He'll likely be out on the wing, with Willian moving to the center because Oscar (knock) is out.

August 21, 2015

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Pedro could make his Chelsea debut Sunday at West Brom.

Pedro joined the club late this week, but he was training and playing with Barcelona before the move, so fitness shouldn't be an issue. It's unclear how manager Jose Mourinho will work his rotation with the Spanish attacker an option now, but he's likely to play on the opposite wing of Eden Hazard.

August 20, 2015

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Pedro signed with Chelsea on Thursday after transferring from Barcelona.

Pedro was heavily linked with Manchester United this summer, but the deal fell through when Chelsea came calling. He is an electric winger who can also play centrally, though he's unlikely to get that role at Stamford Bridge ahead of Diego Costa. He was stuck behind Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez at Barcelona, but he'll have a much clearer path to playing time at Chelsea, possibly at the expense of Willian on the wing.

August 18, 2015

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Pedro and Manchester United have agreed to personal detail about a transfer to the English side and a move now depends on the clubs agreeing to a transfer fee, reports Sky Sports.

Pedro has been the subject of transfer rumors for the past few weeks, and had both United and Manchester City in the mix of destinations. Barcelona have said numerous times that they will not agree to any transfer fee below the player's 21.2 million release clause.