Barcelona manager Luis Enrique will accept Pedro’s decision if he wants to quit the Nou Camp this summer.
The Spaniard is being lined up for a £22million move to Chelsea and yesterday admitted he has offers to leave the La Liga giants during the transfer window.
Pedro only penned a new five-year contract at the Nou Camp in June but is exploring his options after failing to nail down a first-team place.
Barcelona are littered with superstars such as Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez and Pedro has been unable to dislodge any of the world-class trio.
Pedro’s release clause was set at more than £100million but the Champions League holders have lowered that figure and Enrique admits the 27-year-old could leave in the coming weeks.
He said: “I don’t want anyone to leave but there is a clause. We have to respect his decision.
“I do not deceive anyone and I do not guarantee anyone playing time. It will be his personal decision.”
Reports in Spain claim Blues manager Jose Mourinho and playmaker Cesc Fabregas have made contact with the forward about a potential move to Stamford Bridge.
Mourinho made the same personal contact with Fabregas, a former team-mate of Pedro’s, when signing him for the west Londoners last year.
Pedro has confirmed he is looking at other options but would not reveal any potential destinations if he decides to leave Barca.
He added: "It's true I have received important offers but don't want to say more out of respect for my club.
"My situation is complicated because I want to play a lot of minutes but that is becoming very difficult at Barcelona."