Chelsea Coach Frank Lampard has confirmed that Pedro will leave the club after the FA final and Champions League Matches, MySportDab reports.
Pedro came off the bench in the Wolves 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, and helped secure a top four Premier League finish.
32-year-old Pedro will be available for the FA Cup final against Arsenal and the Champions League last-16 match at Bayern Munich.
However, Frank Lampard has now confirmed his exit from the club.
‘The boys have just so much serenaded Pedro in the dressing room and well deserved because of the career he’s had generally, and for the club,’ said Lampard.
‘That was his last Premier League match, but the impact he has had was huge.
‘I want to say a big thank you to Pedro and wish him well for the future.
‘He is here for the matches left, but a big player of the club will now leave.’
Mason Mount’s free-kick and Olivier Giroud’s goal helped Chelsea defeat Wolves in west London.
Pedro’s 137th Premier League matches proved to be his last for Chelsea and he could even play against Arsenal on Saturday.
Pedro wrote on Twitter:
My last game at Stamford Bridge. 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 teammates. You'll be in my heart forever. Now let's fight for FA Cup trophy!!! BIG BLUE FAMILY 👏🏻💙🔝 @ChelseaFC #CFC #KTBFFH pic.twitter.com/vwFKmnWfbx
— Pedro Rodríguez (@_Pedro17_) July 26, 2020