Roma director Paulo Fonseca has apparently persuaded Chelsea winger Pedro Rodriguez to go along with them on a free exchange this late spring.
The 33-year-old will be allowed to leave the Blues when his agreement finishes on July 1.
There has been a few discussions about a short agreement augmentation that would see him remain until the finish of the period, however a more drawn out term bargain appears to be improbable.
Pedro has assumed a back-up job under Chelsea administrator Frank Lampard this season, showing up in the Premier League.
With Hakim Ziyech’s exchange previously declared back in February and Timo Werner’s accounted for a bargain, it’s probable the finish of his five years spell at Stamford Bridge.
As indicated by a report from Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport, Roma manager Fonseca has revealed to Pedro that he considers the winger “fundamental” for his 4-2-3-1 framework.
The report detailed Pedro would sign a contract worth €3million (£2.7m) plus bonuses, for two years with an option for the third.