The 29-year-old Brazilian-born Spanish international has been with Valencia since 2014, but could leave after six years at the club.
As per Daily Mail, Rodrigo is reportedly up for sale as Valencia are currently in a tough financial situation, and he could be bought for a fee of £30 million. The Spaniard had moved to Valencia from Portuguese side Benfica.
In 220 games for Valencia in all competitions, Rodrigo has scored 59 goals and made 41 assists. The Spaniard still has two years remaining on his contract at the Spanish club.
Rodrigo to Leeds United – A top addition to the squad?
Leeds United had a pretty good squad in the Championship, but they certainly need some additions to ensure they remain in the top-flight next season.
The Whites often dominated games, but struggled to convert the numerous chances they created. Patrick Bamford was an ever-present figure in the Leeds starting XI, but the fans were often frustrated by the profligacy of the former Chelsea forward.
The 18-year-old has less than twelve months remaining on his current deal at the Camp Nou and Barca is said to have told the player that he can either accept the deal that is on the table or face being transfer listed.
Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City have all, at various times, been linked with Moriba over the past year, with the Red Devils having established informal contacts with the Spaniard’s entourage back in March.
The teenager does have a €100m (£86m) release clause but that is unlikely to be a factor if Barcelona decide to sell him this summer. Considering he will be available on a free transfer next year, they would have to accept a cut-price deal to offload him now. The Red Devils will, undoubtedly, be keeping a close eye on the situation.