Pedro Rodríguez was undoubtedly one of the great incorporations of Roma last summer. After five years in the ranks of Chelsea, the former Azulgrana embarked on a new adventure in Italy that is not going the way he wanted.
According to Corriere dello Sport, the Spaniard is unhappy with his situation in the team and at the beginning of the month he had a talk with coach Paulo Fonseca. The last substitution of the canary against Fiorentina on March 3 forced the conversation, peaceful according to the Italian newspaper, and he / she showed his discontent. Since then, Pedro has had five starts, three in Serie A and two in the Europa League, although Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s injury has helped.
The former Barcelona player started the season as a shot, with three goals in the first six games, but since the national team break in November he has only been able to score a goal in Serie A, against Udinese on February 14.
The defeats of Roma against Parma and Napoli have left the Capitoline team in sixth position, five points behind the Champions League and Pedro is one of the main players. Against the Neapolitan team he ended up substituted and talking on the bench with the second, Nuno Campo, about the mistakes made. The Spanish has a contract until 2023, but some rumors in Italy assure that his adventure in Rome could be cut short earlier than expected