Barcelona are considering activating the buy-back clause in the contract of Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu.
The 20-year-old joined the Blues from the Nou Camp side last summer, but the Catalans were careful to make sure they could re-sign for a cut price fee.
Romeu is part of Spain's squad for the 2012 Olympics, and his extra experience from a season in the Premier League is seen as one of the reasons for a potential return.
According to Catalan paper Sport, Barca Sporting Director Andoni Zubizarreta is particularly keen to take Romeu back to his former club, with the transfer of Athletic Bilbao's Javi Martinez proving difficult to complete.
Like Martinez, Romeu is a versatile midfielder who can also play in the centre of defence, meaning he fits the profile required for the cash-strapped Catalans.
It is thought the buy-back clause means Barcelona could land Romeu for €10m this summer, with the price rising to €15m should they decide to wait until next year.