Arsenal Liverpool and Italian champions are all looking for some midfield reinforcements this summer and Barcelona playmaker Rafina appears to be a target for the trio.
The Brazil International had been struggling to secure regular first-team football at Barcelona and being heavily linked with an exit from Nou Cam.
Rafinha suffered a major ankle injury for five months and it has not helped him to force his way into the Catalans starting XI.
And now with the 24-year-old is back on the pitch Barcelona new manager Ernesto Valverde seems to be keen on to sell him in January and Juventus, Arsenal and Chelsea all have expressed interest.
The Brazilian midfielder has been identified as a potential replacement for Paulo Dybala and Coutinho as the South American duo have both linked with a switch to Nou Camp.
According to the Calciomercato, Italian champions have refused to sign the talented midfielder a few months ago and now Arsenal and Liverpool have one less competitor in their chase for Brazilian midfielder who has yet to reveal his full potential at Barcelona due to a high competition.