Barcelona At The Verge of Signing Brazilian Winger who plays for Leeds United

Football Club Barcelona are currenty at the verge of signing Leeds United Winger Raphinha.

Following the agreement of person terms with Raphinha, Barcelona are now looking for way to convince Leeds United to let him go to their club. Barcelona are yet to prepare an offer for Raphinha but Raphinha actually has the desire to come to Barcelona.

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With Chelsea in the race, Barcelona will now face a tougher challenge to sign Raphinha. According to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea are preparing an offer which is likely to beat that of both Barcelona and Arsenal.

Raphinha is most needed in Barcelona as Ousmane Dembele turns a free agent today. Dembele and Raphinha are wingers who have the ability to dribble. Barcelona think that loosing both left leg dribblers playing gon the right hand side would be a disaster.

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Chelsea are also involved in Ousmane Dembele deal as Dembele is contemplating a free move to Chelsea. Arsenal are the only club amongst this three that have a suitable player for the right wing who is Bukayo Saka.

Leeds United have made it clear to any club buying that they will have to pay €65m. Barcelona are willing to pay that amount for Raphinha.

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