The hiring of the season for the chicharrero club would undoubtedly be that of the world champion in 2010, who seriously values joining the club of his hometown for this same summer market.
It is not the first time that striker Pedro Rodríguez and CD Tenerife have come together to unite their paths sportingly. Already in the past summer market there was an option for the Tenerife arrived at chicharrero clubbut his plans were still tied to SS Lazio, a team with which he has a contract until next summer.
Precisely as his contractual obligation with the Roman team is about to expire, Pedro He is free to negotiate with any club since last January. In fact, the former Barcelona player has been holding conversations with the sports management of Tenerife and everything indicates that the chances of seeing the striker dressed in blue and white are growing on a large scale.
Pedro does not want to retire before having played for Tenerife
The 35-year-old striker is still in force in first-class football and this season he has shown that he is up to par with attackers such as Ciro Immobile, Luka Romero, Mattia Zaccagni among others. Even the Biancocelesti team has prepared a renewal for another year. However, the striker wants to return to Spain this year and he wants to do it hand in hand with the Tenerife team.
Since he was very young, Pedro dreamed of playing for his hometown team, but his talent took him further and in 2006 he made his debut with Barcelona’s third team.. From there he carved out a path full of successes in the culé entity until he won a position in the Spain National Team and became one of the world champions in 2010.
For Pedro it is more exciting to play with Tenerife in LaLiga Smartbank than in LaLiga Santander
Pedro has already expressed his desire to play for CD Tenerife no matter what division he is in. If at the end of this season the team led by Luis Miguel Ramis consolidates its move to the first division, it will be pleasant for the 35-year-old attacker to return to LaLiga Santander and do it hand in hand with the Tete team.
If the blue and white club remains in LaLiga Smartbank, it will be a bigger motivation for Pedro because he wants to remain in the history of the team in the different squads that have promoted to the highest category. The last time Tenerife was part of the first division was in the 2009-10 season. Currently the chicharrera squad occupies the 13th position in the table.