Leeds accept Barcelona’s offer to sign Brazilian Rafinha


Spanish press reports revealed that Leeds United had agreed to Barcelona’s latest offer to include Brazilian winger Rafinha for 57 million pounds (67 million euros), bringing the player close to signing his transfer contracts officially to the Catalan team.

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, a full agreement has been reached with Leeds to complete the signing of the Brazilian player for Xavi Hernandez’s team.

Barcelona will pay a flat fee of £49m (€58m) plus £8m (€9m) in add-ons, which is the most Leeds have ever earned from a player, overtaking the £42m Manchester City paid to sign Calvin. Philips this summer. Rafinha will sign a contract with the Catalan giants until June 2027, after she had been looking to move to the Blaugrana since February.

Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur clubs had a strong desire to obtain the services of the Brazilian winger, who has a contract with Leeds United until the end of the summer of 2024, but his agent Deco greatly contributed to his arrival at the “Sportfay Camp Nou”.

It is noteworthy that the Brazilian Rafinha participated with Leeds in 36 games during the 2021-2022 season, in all competitions, and managed to score 11 goals, and made 3 goals.

The Catalan club has officially contracted the duo Andreas Christensen, Frank Kessie, to strengthen the defense line, and is seeking greatly to strengthen the offensive area by contracting with the Leeds United winger.

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