Barcelona attacker Pedro will leave the club if his release clause of £22m is met, coach Luis Enrique has revealed.
The 27-year-old is a target for a number of English Premier League clubs according to reports with Manchester United strong favourites to sign him.
"Pedro? If he wants to go, a club will have to meet his release clause," Luis Enrique was quoted as saying by Sport.
"I have talked with Pedro to discuss his situation.
"I have told him how I think about it and he told me how he feels about it.
"I obviously won't reveal the exact content of the conversation we had."
Meanwhile, midfielder Sergio Busquets has hinted that the Spaniard could leave to enjoy regular first-team football elsewhere.
"Yes, I have spoken to him but I won't tell you what he said. It was a private conversation," Busquets told reporters.
"I would want him to stay, I would love him to stay. He is a friend of mine and it will be his final decision.
"He wants to play more and get more minutes. That's what he wants.
"But we are in a team of great players and it's hard for him. Finally it will be his decision but I hope he stays."