Yesterday, Fabrizio Romano reported that Chelsea had struck a deal with Leed over Raphinah in a deal worth £55 M. The report suggested that Chelsea had hijacked the gunners and had agreed on a deal with the club but not personal terms with the player.
The latest news as according to Gerard Romero suggests that Chelsea have been dealt a blow for the Brazilian after Deco, Raphinah's agent was seen in Barcelona's offices yesterday. It is reported that the Brazilian is keen on a switch to La Liga with the Catalian giants as his dream destination.
Deco is said to be helping Barcelona secure a deal for the Leeds star despite an agreement between Chelsea and Leeds. It is unclear who will emerge victorious between Barca and the blues over the deal for the star. Raphinah's desire to play for Barca might be the determining factor. Chelsea fans were already in jubilations but it seems they have to wait after the club exposed the flaws in Arsenal's transfer dealings
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