Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic, who is currently on loan at Roma, has said that he will not rule out the possibility of returning to the Spanish club in the summer. Bojan Krkic has endured a difficult spell in Italy with Roma, who have largely struggled to cope up with the huge number of changes done in terms of the squad during the summer. Former Barcelona B team manager Enrique was in charge of the team for most of the campaign. Yet, Bojan Krkic was unable to adapt to this tale of Spain, which has led to rumours suggesting that he might return to Barcelona.

The Spaniard moved to Roma in the summer on a two-year loan deal, which was thought to be done with the view of making it permanent. However, after seeing the striker struggle to adapt to conditions in Italy, it seems that Roma are willing to send him back to Barcelona. The striker, himself, has admitted that he is not sure what the future holds, but he would not rule out a return to Barcelona. Bojan Krkic first came into prominence under manager Frank Rijkaard, but struggled to get regular game time under Guardiola. Now, Barcelona will be under the regime of Villanova, and Bojan Krkic could get opportunities at the Camp Nou.

"I have heard for several weeks many rumours regarding my future. But I still know nothing about what I will do next year. I'd like to finish the season in the best way I can, so that I can enjoy the holidays afterwards. Any decision on my stay at Roma should not depend on anyone but myself, I don't care who the coach will be next season. Barcelona can redeem me, but first we should talk about some things," Bojan told Sport.