Yes, Pedro has been part of the most successful club squad of all time.
He’s won The World Cup, The European Championship, 3 Champions Leagues and 5 La Liga titles.
He’s got 50 caps for Spain and 100 goals in Spanish football.
But is he a genuine game changer? The answer is arguably no. He’s a decent squad player who may even struggle to get into the Chelsea side ahead of the faster, stronger Willian.
And he surely can’t help but feel that, after Barcelona, his career is on a downward trajectory – one last big pay day and some game time before he slopes off into the distance.
So if you ask us whether we would take Pedro or Mane at Manchester United we would have no hesitation in taking the younger, faster and surely more hungry youngster.
While Pedro won’t improve at 28, Mane has his whole career ahead of him. He is already a livewire forward with great energy and a sense of adventure. He also has the sort of skills that Manchester United fans would love.
And his potential knows no bounds. He still has time to become a genuine game-changer at United.
His club will not be keen to do more business for one of their best players with so little time left in the window.
But there has to be a price on the head of the lad.
And, no joke, we think that he would be a far better signing for Manchester United than Pedro.
Manchester United fans: can Mane be a game changer for the club?