After weeks of negotiations and speculations it seems Pedro will finally make his move. Initially destined for Manchester United, it appears that the Blues have hijacked the transfer only a day after swooping in.
Manchester United had prolonged discussions with Barcelona over the transfer, but have now lost out on their second target after Otamendi, due to haggling over a few million euros.
Barcelona were after 30 million euros for Pedro, but United only agreed to offer 25 million euros.
Here is what Twitter thinks about the deal.
If Chelsea hijack the Pedro deal it will be like Willian all over again. This is why long drawn out transfer sagas are a bad move @ManUtd!
— Spencer FC (@SpencerOwen) August 19, 2015
Otamendi to City, now Pedro to Chelsea. Hahahahaha, it gets better and better for United..
Manchester United target Pedro is in London to undergo a medical at Chelsea. pic.twitter.com/8Y1lzJYerg
— Football__Tweet (@Football__Tweet) August 19, 2015
So Pedro off to Chelsea? How on earth have we managed to get this deal wrong? Ridiculous. The Muller bid must be because we’ve missed out?
— Tarrantino (@JamieTarrantino) August 19, 2015
— Matt Law (@Matt_Law_DT) August 19, 2015
Ouch. Man Utd simply can’t catch a break in their efforts to sign a new forward. Pedro going to Chelsea instead.
— Trevor Oakley (@TrevorOakley1) August 19, 2015
When Chelsea reportedly sign Pedro from right under your nose. pic.twitter.com/zDFprW9vC9
— 3rd Eye (@3rdEyeNot) August 19, 2015
— Abhishek Iyer (@Iyertheterrible) August 19, 2015
I don't blame Pedro for going to Chelsea We've messed around trying to get him on the cheap all summer Serves ManUtd right.
— Manchesterspeak (@Manchesterspeak) August 19, 2015
— Football Vines (@FootballVines) August 19, 2015
Pedro is off to Chelsea, Manchester United suddenly have missed on Otamendi & Pedro at same window they've lost their 2 best players. Crazy.
— Spanish Gooner (@ElSpanishGooner) August 19, 2015
Pedro doing his homework on Chelsea/United with mates at both said to be key in him reconsidering own first preference.
— Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) August 19, 2015