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Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United have been alerted to the possible availability of Barcelona star Pedro.
A Spanish radio station claimed that the striker is unhappy with his lack of first-team opportunities at the Nou Camp.
It's believed £20m-rated Pedro has received numerous offers to change clubs this summer - and if first-team football can't be guaranteed next season Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool could be battling for his signature.
Despite featuring in 36 of the Catalan giants first-team games, his season has been blighted with early substitutions - finshing less than 75 per cent of the games started.
The 26-year-old was the beneficiary of Lionel Messi's two month injury, and capitalised on his chance scoring seven times in that period.
However Pedro managed to score just four times in 21 games once four-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi returned.
Barcelona's transfer ban reprieve has led to a surge of activity from the Catalan club, who are keen to recruit before any such ban can materialise.