Leeds United winger Raphinha has reportedly set his sights on an exit from Elland Road, amid strong links to Barcelona.
Jesse Marsch's team survived relegation from the Premier League on the final day of the season last weekend, but despite remaining in the top flight, Raphinha is believed to still want his move to the Catalan giants.
The Yorkshire side arguably would not have stayed in the division without the Brazilian international, who contributed 11 goals and three assists in 35 matches, finishing the campaign as the side's highest goalscorer.
According to The Mirror, Raphinha feels that Leeds should allow him to leave after the role he played in their survival this season, with his agent, Deco, said to have already agreed personal terms with Barca.
Raphinha's camp are suggested to be concerned that the biggest barrier in a transfer deal would be the price tag Leeds put on the 25-year-old, who still has two years remaining on his contract at Elland Road.
In total, Raphinha has recorded 17 goals and 12 assists in 67 appearances for the club, across two Premier League seasons.