THE BALL – The ‘Blaugrana’ are waiting for Leeds to go down because of Raphinha (Barcelona)

According to information provided this Sunday by Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, a specialist in the transfer market, Barcelona have not yet made an official offer with Leeds to acquire Brazilian winger Raphinha (ex-Sporting and Vitória de Guimarães), since the player sale clause varies depending on whether the English emblem retains the Premier League or drops to the Championship.

Fabrizio Romano explains that if Leeds stay at the top level, the clause stipulated is 75 million euros, but if they go down to the English second division, the value drops to the sale price: 25 million euros .

The difference is €50m and with Leeds in 16th place on 29 points, seven above relegation zone first club Watford (22 points and one game less), the blaugrana will continue to await the future of the emblem which has the worst defensive record in the Premier League: 67 goals conceded.

Remember that according to the sport the player has already given the yes to Barcelona, ​​now missing the agreement between the clubs.

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