Chelsea attacker Pedro is reportedly unhappy with his current situation at the Blues, having been forced to sit on the bench at the start of the campaign.
The Spaniard has been restricted to just three PL appearances so far this term, with the likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi, Willian and Mason Mount all ahead of him in the roster pecking order.
Frank Lampard has opted to hand a few younger players the chance to shine since he was appointed as the club’s new head coach, with the likes of Tomori, Hudson-Odoi, Abraham and Mount all benefiting from his selection policy.
According to Sport, as translated by the Metro, the Spanish star could seek a transfer away from Chelsea after growing frustrated with his reduced role under Frank in recent months.
The Spanish publication claims that in addition to losing his spot in the starting eleven, the 32-year-old winger’s ex-partner and three children have returned to his homeland, putting a strain on his family life.
The technically gifted star could, therefore, favour a return to Spain, where he spent seven trophy-laden campaigns with Barcelona between 2018 and 2015 after rising through the Camp Nou youth set-up.
As he approaches the latter stages of his professional career it seems unlikely a return to Blaugrana will emerge as a possibility, but there are plenty of other sides in the league who would probably be happy to arrange a deal.