Barcelona forward Pedro Rodriguez has revealed his dissatisfaction with his reduced role under Luis Enrique, saying that he will evaluate his future at the end of the season.
Pedro is a product of Barcelona’s famed youth academy La Masia and he has been a first team regular since he made his senior debut in January 2008. He has gone on to make over 300 appearances for the Catalan giants in the ensuing seven years.
Following the arrival of Luis Suarez in the summer, Pedro’s first team starts have drastically reduced, of his 25 league starts this term, 13 have come off the substitutes’ bench as Enrique has entrusted goalscoring duties to the trio comprising of Neymar, Lionel Messi and Suarez.
Pedro has no dearth of suitors in case he decides to leave the Catalan giants in the summer, with Premier League giants Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool among the clubs linked with vying for his signature. Roberto Mancini’s Inter Milan too have shown interest in securing the forward’s services.
“It's obvious that it's difficult to nail down a place in the team”, Pedro told beIN Sports.
“I have had few opportunities this season, but I have to wait and when they do come, take advantage of them.”
The Spain international admitted that he is not happy with his current role in the team and will take a call on his future at the end of the season, something which is sure to place his suitors on red alert.
“I'm going through a difficult moment in the team.
“I'll evaluate my future at the end of the season and I'll speak to the club, but right now I'm centred on the team and with enthusiasm to play and to do well when I do.”