Pedro: I have to sing my Chelsea initiation song tomorrow

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Pedro is not getting out of singing his initiation song as the new boy at Chelsea, and will sing in front of his new team-mates tomorrow.

The Spain international moved from Barcelona for £21.1m last week, and enjoyed a dream debut for Chelsea yesterday, with a goal and an assist in the Blues' 3-2 win at West Brom.

Such is the tradition at Stamford Bridge, new Blues players have to sing a song in front of their team-mates.

Yossi Benayoun's did not go down too well, however, he sang Liverpool's theme 'You'll Never Walk Alone'.

"My teammates at Chelsea already said I'll have to sing something in the dressing-room tomorrow," he said at his press conference at the Nou Camp today.

"I had a great welcome at Chelsea. I felt comfortable from the start. John [Terry] is a great captain.

 

"Living in London with my family was also something I liked, and the fact that I have friends at Chelsea.

Pedro, 28, also admitted that Manchester City and Manchester United were interested in him, but Chelsea acted "quickest". The Blues met his release clause.

Pedro, 28, also admitted that Manchester City and Manchester United were interested in him, but Chelsea acted "quickest". The Blues met his release clause.

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