The Portuguese midfielder has been with the Blaugrana for two years after joining from Valencia in the summer of 2016, and was a relative success in his first season, making 30 appearances in La Liga, scoring three goals.
However, last term, the 24-year-old struggled for game time and found himself well out of Ernesto Valverde's favour, making only 16 appearances in La Liga, with most coming from the bench.
Gomes, who was omitted from Portugal's World Cup squad for Russia, admitted last season that he was 'going through a bit of a hell', such was his poor form.
However, he may have an escape as four clubs are reportedly interested in his services.
They include former side Valencia, Tottenham, Lazio and Juventus, who have all submitted bids for the creative midfielder.
However, Barcelona are said to have turned them all down as they don't match their asking price.
The report does say though, that Gomes will be available for a relatively low price at 22 million Euros, way down from the 55 million that Barcelona paid Valencia.