David Beckham is eyeing a move for Chelsea winger Pedro as he builds his Inter Miami squad.
The England Manchester United legend has formed his own MLS franchise in Florida and is eyeing a blend of homegrown talent and established names to get his brand going.
Pedro has been highlighted as a potential target given his lack of game time at Stamford Bridge.
Beckham has already talked up the opportunities and lifestyle that exist in Miami, especially for Spanish speaking stars as they look to fill their designated players spots, reports Goal.
Japanese side Vissel Kobe also have their sights on the 32-year-old former Barcelona man.
Pedro has won almost every club honour available to him as well as the World Cup and the European Championship with Spain.
His compatriot Andres Iniesta is Vissel’s skipper and they also boast former Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen in their ranks.
Frank Lampard has made an effort to give Chelsea’s academy product a chance to shine this season which has restricted Pedro’s opportunities.
Pedro has found game time hard to come by this season
Callum Hudson-Odoi is above the Spaniard in the pecking order which has seen him make just four Premier League starts.
He featured in a weakened Blues side that saw off Hull in the fourth round of the FA Cup at the weekend.
Lampard though insists Pedro is part of his plans at west London amid rumours he could be set for pastures new.
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“He is part of my plans, I started the season and he was in my team, and then, unfortunately, he got injured at Norwich before the game, and I had to make a change. Then he was out for a while, and I do have competition in that area,” said the Blues boss recently.
“He has had bits here and there, I know he wants more games, I get that. But he certainly has something that he can contribute here with his experience and his…