Leeds’ win over Brentford on the final day of the season was enough to prevent a damaging relegation to the Championship.


The Whites’ survival is now expected to play a key role in deciding the futures of a few players, with the club keen to hold on to their top stars.



Raphinha wants to leave Leeds and has a verbal agreement in place to move to Barcelona this summer.


And according to Catalan daily Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona do not expect Raphinha’s price to rise much due to Leeds’ survival.



The winger could have left for a fixed price of €25m if Leeds had been relegated but now the Whites can name their price.


However, Barcelona do not expect Leeds’ financial demands for the winger’s departure to skyrocket.



They are expected to hold talks with the Yorkshire giants, with suggestions that Leeds want a minimum fee of €40m from the Brazilian’s sale.


The winger is keen to move on and his agent, Deco, has been in talks with Barcelona for several months over a deal.