Guardiola coached the forward at the Camp Nou and is full of praise for his abilities, backing Pedro to make the grade wherever he wants to play.
ESPN FC’s Sid Lowe weighs in on the back and forth transfer Saga regarding Pedro, who he contends will be sold.
ESPN FC’s Steve Nicol contends that Pedro has no reason to leave Barcelona, and may not be what Manchester United need.
The Spaniard’s future in Catalonia has been called in question following his lack of first-team opportunities during the 2014-15 campaign as he found himself behind Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez in the pecking order under manager Luis Enrique.
Pep Guardiola has backed his former charge Pedro Rodriguez as being good enough to play for any side in world football. “He has won the European Championship, Champions League, he has played lots of games for Barcelona“.
“I have read many things about the departure of Perdo, but no one has made an official offer to the club”. He has played at many positions.
Nothing is confirmed as yet but if Sport are to be believed, a deal could be finalised as soon as Tuesday and I think it will be an excellent piece of business by United if they can take Pedro to Old Trafford this summer.
Manchester United are said to have reached an agreement over their potential move to sign Barcelona star Pedro, according to reports from the Daily Star.