The Chelsea midfielder, who wanted a move back to Camp Nou during the summer, dropped in to visit his former club while with the Spain squad.
Pedro has returned to Barcelona! But, don’t worry Chelsea fans, only for a brief visit while training with Spain.
The 29-year-old moved to Stamford Bridge in a deal worth around £20 million last summer but, after an impressive debut in which he was man of the match, has failed to live up to his promise.
Pedro revealed during the transfer window that he had held talks with Barcelona club president Josep Maria Bartomeu over a return to Camp Nou, having spoken of his desire to move back on more than one occasion.
The Spain international, who is preparing to face Italy and Albania over the next five days, told Barcelona’s official website: “I was looking forward to coming, to see the people I left behind and see how things are going.
“I always wish them the best and I hope they can stay on top.”
He added on Chelsea: “[I am] enjoying a new and different experience. The team is in good shape in the top half of the table and we are working hard with the coach.”