Rafinha has reportedly not yet made a decision about his future and is facing a bit of a dilemma about where to play his football next season.
The 27-year-old has spent the season on loan at Celta who are not completely safe from relegation with two games left to play.
Oscar Garcia’s side are on 36 points, four points clear of the relegation zone, but still with a bit work to do to confirm their survival.
AS are reporting that Rafinha is not thinking about “what is perhaps the most important decision of his entire career” until his team have secured their La Liga status.
Rafinha’s Barca contract is up next summer which means they will want to sell for around €17 million, a fee Celta may struggle to reach.
The Brazilian needs to decide whether to stay at Celta or take up one of the other offers he’s received following a season where he’s made 31 La Liga appearances in total.