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Barcelona forward Pedro celebrates after scoring against Real Betis in La Liga, November 10. Reuters

Manchester United are preparing a £26m bid for Barcelona winger Pedro in the summer, according to the Metro.

The Red Devils are preparing for a complete revamp in the summer with more than £200m available to spend for the manager. The Spaniard has 15 goals and eight assists this season in only 24 starts, the mark of a player who is currently at his peak.

However, summer signing Neymar has been preferred to Pedro in recent months, with the player ostensibly furious after he was left out in Barcelona's Copa del Rey loss to Real Madrid in the finals.

Alexis Sanchez, who has been in great form this season, has also been used ahead of Pedro under Tata Martino's reign. His agent, Agent Francois Gallardo confirmed that the player is furious and may leave the club after the World Cup in Brazil.

"Pedro is very angry this season. The player is in a difficult situation and may be sold," Gallardo said.

Arsenal were also interested in the player and Arsene Wenger may move back in for the winger after the injury to Theo Walcott, which revealed his lack of options on the flanks.

Liverpool were also in for the player and may revive their interest with Champions League football to contend with next season.

United are looking to offload Ashley Young to make room for the player, with the England international struggling to make any headway at Old Trafford this season.

However, the deal may depend on the man in charge at United, with Moyes likely to be sacked after a humiliating performance against Everton at Goodison Park.

Rumours are rife that the former Everton man may be on his way out of Old Trafford after failing to follow the example set by Sir Alex Ferguson.

Louis van Gaal has been sounded out as his replacement, who will take over from Moyes after the World Cup where he will serving as the coach for the Dutch national team. The manager is in good terms with United title winning hero Robin van Persie and has the experience to mould United back to winning ways.