Leeds United footballer, Raphinha, is attempting to help clubs such as Barcelona to negotiate his transfer. The English club have reduced his price tag to 50 million euros.
One of the players on Barcelona’s agenda is the Brazilian winger, Raphinha. His contract at current club, Leeds United, is due to expire in 2024. However, the player wants to take advantage of the interest in him from bigger clubs and is looking to leave.
Barcelona are one of the clubs most interested in him. But, the difficult economic situation of the club is making negotiations difficult. His release clause would have cost 25 million euros if Leeds had been relegated from the Premier League but the Yorkshire club managed to survive the drop.
Although his price did not drop as a result of this, ‘Sport’ now reports that Leeds are in fact prepared to reduce the attacker’s price tag to 50 million euros. However, this figure is still out of Barcelona’s financial capabilities.
The cited source reveals that Raphinha may even give up a percentage of the sale, but these are all possibilities that Barcelona are analysing currently.