The Swedish striker had a roller-coaster season.
He was signed by Barcelona, who paid the highest amount the club ever spent for a player (plus giving up Samuel Eto'o) and had a strong start to the season. But he had an awful second half of the year, was ignored by his team's own fans, and lost his place to young Bojan.
At the same time, his national side did not qualify for the World Cup—a major disappointment for a player used to the big stages.
With David Villa already signed, rumors of Fernando Torres maybe joining as well, and Bojan and Pedro growing more and more every day, the striker might not want to stick around another season—if he wants to start, that is.