- Pedro holds former boss Jose Mourinho responsible for his AS Roma exit during the summer transfer window
- The Spanish footballer revealed how he was frozen out of the team when the Portuguese arrived and no one told him anything
- Rodriguez has now teamed up with former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri at fellow Serie A side Lazio
Former Chelsea star Pedro Rodriguez has blamed Jose Mourinho for his exit from AS Roma during the summer transfer window.
The 34-year-old Spanish winger is now on the books of fellow Italian League side Lazio after joining them for free until the summer of 2023.
Pedro who reunited with former Blues handler Maurizio Sarri at his new club disclosed that he was frozen out of the Giallorossi squad in the summer by Mourinho and the rest of his coaching staff as reported by SunSport.
Legendary manager Jose Mourinho delivers stunning remarks after celebrating Roma’s late winner like a kid
What Pedro said about Mourinho
"It was very complicated in Roma, they left me out of the team and none of the coaches spoke to me, I didn't know anything about this matter.
PAY ATTENTION: Join Legit.ng Telegram channel! Never miss important updates!
"When I spoke with Maurizio Sarri I realised that Lazio was a great opportunity. It is true that no player has left Roma for Lazio in a long time, but I am very happy here.
"Roma is in the past, I don't want to talk about that anymore, my goal now is to help Lazio and my teammates."
The former Barcelona star joined Roma from Chelsea spending five seasons at Stamford Bridge in 2020 - winning one Premier League, FA Cup, and Europa League title.
He also recorded a total of 43 goals and 28 assists in 206 appearances across all competitions at for the reigning Champions League winners.
Premier League legend who supports Messi considers switching to Ronaldo's camp after brace against Newcastle
Why Mourinho urged Xhaka to get COVID-19 jab
Legit.ng earlier reported that Arsenal star Granit Xhaka may now consider getting the COVID-19 vaccine after receiving valuable advice from Roma boss Jose Mourinho.
The former Chelsea and Manchester United manager told the Swiss midfielder to get the 'jab and be safe' from the coronavirus.
Xhaka was said to have tested positive for coronavirus during the international break after refusing to accept the vaccine.