While Raphinha's second campaign at Elland Road was not as productive as his first, the Brazilian's stock continued to rise with Barcelona known to be tracking his progress.
The 25-year-old scored a crucial penalty against Brentford on the final day of the season to help Leeds remain in the Premier League, ensuring that his release clause stayed at £64m in the process.
Despite the valuation, Barcelona remain clear favourites to sign the playmaker, but it appears that they will face competition from several English teams.
Although Leeds may be able to generate a bigger fee by selling to a fellow Premier League club, it has long been claimed that Raphinha's preference is to move to Camp Nou.
The Yorkshire giants have allegedly already rejected an offer in the region of £47m from the La Liga club. body check tags ::