Arturo Vidal


Arturo Vidal talked about his future.

The Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal has hinted that in the summer he might be tempted to leave the Camp Nou and move to Serie A with Inter.

The Chilean international told Marcos Lopez and Albert Gouache in El Periodico that he is happy in Barcelona but that he can think about his future when he doesn’t feel important.

We still have two months to play. I’m happy here and I have very good teammates, but I want to feel important. Otherwise I have to find something else to continue my career. I like to play, I don’t mean all games, but the hardest and most important ones to win the titles.

Rumour has it that Inter Milan is interested in signing Vidal on the road, after which the midfielder regains contact with manager Antonio Conte. They worked together at Juventus.

Vidal also talked about his relationship with Conte, and his comments are likely to feed speculation that he might travel to San Siro at the end of the season.

We have a great relationship, he knows I’m a winner and he can trust me. That’s what I want here.

In the summer of 2018, the 33-year-old Bavarian signed a contract in Munich with the Barcelona resident; his current contract expires the following year. The summer sales would have made financial sense for Barcelona, otherwise they could have lost it for nothing at the end of next season.

Heckler Vidal

Talking about the switch from Inter to Vidal is nothing new. Nezzurri has long been associated with the Chilean international and has made it clear that they are big fans of the Barcelona man.

Deputy Director-General Beppe Marotta already spoke in January about a possible transfer to Vidal, when the transfer window was opened in winter, reports Mirko Calemme of the SA.

It depends on many factors, I will not hide the fact that he is a very important player for us. At the moment, the position of the manager is influential, which is threatened, and we will have to wait and see.

Ernesto Valverde was then fired as manager of Barcelona and replaced by Quick Cetena, while Vidal decided to stay in Camp Nou for at least the rest of the season.

What happens to Vidal?

The future of Vidal could depend on the number of matches he plays between now and the end of the campaign in Barcelona. The Catalan giants still have 11 La Liga games to play and remain divided in the Champions League.

The midfielder played 30 times for Barku in 2019-20, but only 13 of those appearances were first-team appearances. His recent comments suggest that he is not too interested in spending a lot of time on the couch.

Vidal can also be shaken by the Champions League. The midfielder has won the Italian, German and Spanish championships, but has never won the European Champions Cup. Earlier he made it clear that winning the Champions League is his main goal before hanging up his boots.

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