Barcelona are reportedly considering cutting Pablo Torre’s loan spell with Girona short due to a lack of game time.
Torre moved to Michel’s side in the summer but has yet to start a single La Liga game for the surprise leaders.
The 20-year-old has played eight times off the bench but only recorded a total of 121 minutes which has not gone down well at Barca, according to Sport.
Barca’s reason for sending Torre out on loan was for the midfielder to experience regular football but it’s simply not happening at the moment.
If the situation continues heading into the January window, then Barca could look for an alternative club for the midfielder.
Barca are said to have other teams interested in taking on Torre but would have to reach an agreement with Girona and the player for his loan to be brought to an early end.
Torre is currently on international duty with Spain’s Under-21s and did score last time out in a win over Hungary.