Chelsea winger Willian has been offered to Bayern Munich and Paris St-Germain, according to French news outlet Foot Mercato.
The midfielder, 27, has been a regular in Jose Mourinho's side since his arrival from Anzhi Makhachkala in 2013.
But Pedro's confirmed arrival from Barcelona means Chelsea are looking to offload a player and despite Mourinho's willingness to let Juan Cuadrado move on amid interest from Serie A champions Juventus, it is Willian who is now being linked with an exit away from Stamford Bridge.
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However, a move to join French champions PSG, and indeed the growing Brazilian contingent at the Parc de Princes, may not transpire as Laurent Blanc's side already have their quota of non-EU players.
Willian's advisors have also offered Bayern Munich the chance to sign him and he could provide a different dimension of attack in Pep Guardiola's side which already contains numerous attacking options.
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A fan favourite at the Bridge, Willian joined Chelsea in August 2013 for £32 million after Mourinho hijacked Tottenham Hotspur's deal for the player hours before he was due to have his medical at White Hart Lane.
Since joining the Blues he has scored 8 goals in 94 appearances and has been a regular in the Brazilian national squad, representing his country at the World Cup in 2014 and this summer's Copa America in Chile.
Cuadrado, on the other hand, was signed in January 2014 following an impressive World Cup campaign, though the 27-year-old has failed to live up to his £23 million price-tag and would seem like the most likely option to sell given the fee he could still command.
Another winger who may potentially make way for Pedro is Victor Moses. The Nigerian has spent the last two seasons on loan at Liverpool and Stoke City respectively but featured heavily in pre-season and played in the 1-0 Community Shield defeat to Arsenal at Wembley.
Chelsea travel to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday as they look to get their first victory of the new season and ensure their worst start since 1998/1999 doesn't get any worse.
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