Juventus are keen on multiple Chelsea players, including Brazilian attacker Willian and Italo-Brazilian Emerson Palmieri, but reports from the English media via Calciomercato.com detail how the Bianconeri have set their sights on Pedro as well.
The claims highlight how the Turin based club are keen on the 32-year-old Spanish forward, who can play on both the right and left sides of the pitch.
Pedro’s contract expires with the west London club next June, and the Bianconeri may be interested the player as a low-cost option to strengthen the roster next summer.
The Spaniard has struggled for consistent game time under coach Frank Lampard so far this campaign, only making nine appearances in all competitions since the UEFA Super Cup in August.
Not only has Chelsea coach shown a preference for using younger team members, but the former Barcelona man has also been struggling with an Achilles tendon rupture, keeping him out of further matches.
Meantime, Chelsea have reportedly offered Serie A side AC Milan the chance to secure a deal for Olivier Giroud over the January transfer window.
The player has fallen behind Michy Batshuayi and Tammy Abraham in the pecking order, managing just four Premier League games all season.
With Giroud’s contract will be no longer valid next summer and France playing in Euro 2020, a switch away in January seems inevitable for the striker.
According to Calcio Mercato, Rossoneri have been presented the chance to sign Olivier for a cut-price next month.