CHELSEA winger Pedro has confirmed that he will leave Stamford Bridge in the summer when his contract expires.
The Spaniard's future has long been in doubt, with boss Frank Lampard often opting to deploy younger options on the flank this season.
But while the coronavirus pandemic has given Pedro, 32, greater priorities than finding his next club, he knows for certain that his future lies away from West London.
He told Cadena Ser: "I’m terminating my contract, but right now it’s not the most important thing, nor have I stopped to think about it.
"The most important thing is for everyone to show solidarity. 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.
"We have been in quarantine because one of our players [Callum Hudson-Odoi] tested positive for coronavirus, he is now well and we are very happy for him."
With Pedro's native Spain among the countries worst hit by the disease, Chelsea's No11, who has scored 43 goals in 201 matches over five years in blue, has tried to do his bit to help out, by paying for 3,000 protective screens for hospitals.
He continued: "The materials are scarce and everything that can be helped is welcome.
"The hospitals told us that they are a good resource for them, and we wanted to contribute our grain of sand with these protective screens.
"I am very sorry for everything that is happening and the news that comes to us from Spain.
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