Pedro is reluctant to discuss about a possible contract extension with Chelsea with the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
Chelsea midfielder Pedro has been an integral part of the team over the years but his future has been up in the air in recent times.
The Spanish winger arrived at Stamford Bridge from Barcelona back in 2015 and has racked up 201 appearances while winning the Premier League title, FA Cup, and Europa League in the process.
Pedro, however, has struggled to get consistent game time after the club’s shift in ideology of committing to their younger players following Frank Lampard‘s appointment this season.
He is currently self-isolating at home along with the entire Chelsea squad ever since Callum Hudson-Odoi was tested positive for coronavirus. And the 32-year old believes his future is far less important right now considering the global pandemic at hand.
“My contract ends soon but right now this is not the most important thing. I haven’t even stopped to think about this. The most important thing is for everyone to show solidarity,” Pedro told Spanish radio station Cadena Ser.
“Whatever happens regarding my future will happen but right now is not important as we don’t even know when we will return to training.
“I am very sorry for everything that is happening and the news that comes to us from Spain.”