Chelsea have another headache ahead of the summer, especially considering they could be left unable to sign players due to a FIFA punishment.
The first problem they have is Eden Hazard, who could leave for Real Madrid, but now another member of their attack, Pedro Rodriguez, is being lined up by two of Italy's biggest clubs.
According to the Daily Express, both Inter and AC Milan are keen on doing a deal for the 31-year-old Spaniard this summer.
Pedro has a contract until 2020 at Stamford Bridge, though, and it could be difficult to sign him due to the fact Chelsea are currently banned from signing players -- they have appealed in the hope of delayed punishment.
One alternative to Pedro would be Pulisic, who will join the London club from Borussia Dortmund this summer. The 64 million euro deal was done before FIFA's ban came in to play.
According to Transkermarkt, Pedro's worth around 25 million euros but Chelsea would ask for more. A few months ago they rejected a 70 million euro bid for Willian.
Pedro joined Chelsea in 2015 from Barcelona for 27 million. This season, he has scored nine goals in 42 game and is a regular in Sarri's attack.