The first full season of Philippe Coutinho in Barcelona did not go through to what the former Liverpool player would have hoped.
The Spanish media are constantly reporting what a big disappointment he has been, and many fans of the club would be very happy if the Brazilian were sold this summer.
And all this was before the ill-fated match in Anfield last week, in which Coutinho was seriously disappointed.
Barcelona's problem with a transfer is finding a club that would pay too high a fee for the player, and Marca suggests that this could be Chelsea.
Because Eden Hazard is likely to leave Stamford Bridge for Real Madrid this summer, Chelsea's transfer budget is going up. But that all depends on whether or not the Blues can convince CAS to cancel their transfer ban.
Marca believes that Coutinho still has a large market in England, thanks to his impressive time for Liverpool, and Chelsea are the newest club that is seen as a good destination.