Raphinha has enjoyed success at Elland Road since completing a £17m move from Ligue 1 Rennes in October 2020.
The 25-year-old helped Marcelo Bielsa’s side to a top-half finish in the Premier League in the 2020-21 season and scored 11 league goals last season to help the club avoid relegation.
While Leeds United defeated the Drop on the final day of the game, Raphinha is expected to leave the Yorkshire club this summer after attracting interest from some of the biggest sides in Europe.
La Liga giants Barcelona are believed to be at the front of the queue to sign the Brazilian, although Premier League rivals Arsenal, Man United and Chelsea have also expressed interest.
Leeds know the value of Raphinha and will hold out, according to a €50m (£45m) fee Fabrizio Romano.
While Barcelona, Manchester United and Chelsea have all been linked with Raphinha for a number of weeks, Arsenal’s interest only surfaced yesterday.
Mikel Arteta spent around £150m on signings last summer and is keen to oversee another spending spree and strengthen his squad following the club’s Champions League setback.
Meanwhile Brazil and Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has already urged his compatriot to sign for Club Nou Camp this summer.
“I would really appreciate it if he came,” he said last month. “He has a lot of quality, he would suit Spanish football very well because of his playing qualities.”
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