Barcelona winger Raphinha is reportedly ‘considering leaving’ the club this summer amid Premier League interest.
The Brazilian has had a decent first season for the La Liga leaders, scoring 10 and providing 11 assists in his 45 appearances for the Blaugrana as they look to clinch the Spanish title next weekend.
According to Sport, the 26-year-old is set to consider his future at the club amid concerns over a potential lack of minutes next season, with the currently injured Ousmane Dembele ahead of him in the pecking order on the right of the Barcelona attack, while the club have also been linked with re-signing Lionel Messi.
The former Leeds winger and his family are said to be happy in Barcelona, though the player is keen to keep his place within the Brazilian national side that is currently stacked with attacking talent, with Real Madrid’s Rodrygo and Manchester United’s Antony vying for a place on the right of the Selecao attack.
Barcelona still have a number of well-documented financial issues, though are not said to be encouraging him to accept any of the ‘juicy’ offers he has received from the Premier League, with the report saying that the club value the winger between €70-80 million (£61-70m).