Barcelona star Pedro Rodriguez looks set to put an end to his career at the Camp Nou in the summer and, according to reports in Spain, his preferred destination would be Arsenal - although Manchester United and Chelsea are also closely monitoring the situation.

The versatile forward was linked with a Premier League move during the summer of 2014 as, following the £65m ($100m) arrival of Luis Suarez from Liverpool, his options to secure regular time on the pitch looked unlikely.

However, manager Luis Enrique convinced him to stay for a further season to back up the formidable trio formed by the Uruguay international, Lionel Messi and Neymar.

Pedro, 27, accepted the challenge but after having started only 11 La Liga games out of 25, Spanish newspaper AS reports he is considering the possibility of leaving the club.

Asked about his future during a recent press conference, Pedro admitted: "It's difficult to be 100% happy, but I feel comfortable here," he said. "Those who have fewer minutes want to play. I don't know if they'll ask me to leave. I'm happy here and I want to continue but I don't know what might happen tomorrow. We'll talk at the end of the season."

AS claims United manager Louis van Gaal, Chelsea's Jose Mourinho and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger have expressed interest about his situation.

The Spanish newspaper claims if Pedro moved to the Premier League, he would prefer playing for the Gunners but it points out such a move could depend on Wenger's continuity at the club.

Meanwhile, reports understands that with his contract at the Camp Nou set to expire in summer 2016, the Catalans will part ways with him for a fee of around €30m (£22m) – although their ideal scenario would be to keep him in the squad as they are unable to sign a replacement at the end of the season due to a Fifa ban.