While he's still recovering from a second operation on the meniscus problem in his right knee, Barcelona midfielder Rafinha continues to be linked with various clubs. According to Italian outlet Sport Mediaset, the Brazilian has been offered to Juventus recently.
The report does not state when the proposal was made but says that at the moment the Italian club are not considering getting involved in any form of talks, given Rafinha's qualities don't convince them right now.
Rafinha has not played since April, when he was injured in Barcelona's win over Getafe. Since then, he has undergone two operations. The first on Apr. 7 and the second just a month ago because his recovery had not gone well.
After seven months without playing, it will be tough for a club to take a bet on Rafinha in January. The player is doing everything he can to get back into action, though, and still hopes to be part of Brazil's squad at next summer's World Cup in Russia.