Barcelona star Pedro could complete a move to the Premier League for just £7 million in the upcoming transfer window.
This has been reported by the Telegraph, who claim that the Catalans have alerted the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham over the player's availability.
With the player set to run out of contract at the Nou Camp in the summer of 2016, it appears that the club's hierarchy are ready to move him on, as he's now determined to leave sooner rather than later, according to the same report.
Pedro, of course, has struggled for opportunities at the Spanish giants throughout the course of the campaign, with the world-class trio of Neymar, Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi ahead of him in the pecking order at the club.
Premier League move?
There's a chance, then, that the 26-year-old will complete a move to England's elite division in the summer, but the same report has revealed that Italian outfit Inter Milan are also interested in his signature.
Pedro, of course, has enjoyed remarkable success in Spain, having secured numerous pieces of silverware, so would certainly add a great deal of experience to any side.
One thing's for sure, at the cut-price of just £7m, there will no doubt be great interest in the Spanish international, but it remains to be seen as to whether any of the alerted clubs step up their interest in him anytime soon.
He'd improve anyone
At the end of the day, there's not many players in world football who could dislodge the trio of Neymar, Messi and Suarez, so it's not entirely surprising that he's grown frustrated at the La Liga giants.
He'd prove a remarkable signing for some of the Premier League big-boys this summer. Hard working, quick, a creator and a goalscorer...what could go wrong for £7m?
Pedro comfortably fit in at the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool, whilst he could be lethal at Chelsea alongside the likes of Eden Hazard and Diego Costa. He'd have the opportunity to become the main man at Tottenham, so perhaps a move to White Hart Lane would interest him.
He's certainly going to have a number of options, so the Premier League big-boys must do all they can to persuade him to complete a move. It's not everyday a player of Pedro's stature becomes available at such a low price.
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