- Arsenal and Chelsea target Rafinha has no interest in leaving Barcelona
- Rafinha wants to stay to fight for his place at Barcelona and has no wish to leave
- Arsene Wenger is reportedly a big fan of the Brazilian midfielder
Barcelona midfielder has no intention of leaving the Catalan club, that is according to the midfielder's father Mazinho, who insists his son is happy where he is.
Rafinha is currently out injured but it has not stopped him being linked with a move.
Arsenal and Chelsea were said to be interested in the 24-year-old and it was reported he could be off in January.
But the Brazil international's father has now denied such talk and maintained his son is settled at the Camp Nou.
"The important thing is that he's feeling better," Mazinho told Radio Marca.
"Our concern is that he recovers, that he can return to a football pitch. We haven't talked to anyone because with an injured player, it's difficult to negotiate anything with other clubs.
"Besides, we have no interest [in leaving] either. We have a contract with Barca.
"Rafinha's fine, he's recovering, carrying out his work, and he'll be back soon. I've had a perfect relationship with Barca since 2005 and I have no complaints."
Rafinha started 16 games in all competitions for the Spanish giants last season. He has missed the start of the new campaign due to a knee injury.