Arturo Vidal latest: Manchester United target drops hint that wants to stay at Juventus
'I'm here to stay,' the in-demand midfielder wrote
Tuesday 05 August 2014
Has the Manchester United target Arturo Vidal confirmed that he wants to stay at Juventus?
The midfielder has posted this picture on his Instagram account of him enjoying himslef with his Juventus team-mates during their pre-season tour of Indonesia with the caption: "I'm happy to stay here! #jakarta."
Vidal, who featured for Chile at the recent World Cup in Brazil, has been linked with a move to Old Trafford all summer, as newly appointed manager Louis van Gaal rings in the changes.
Respected Chilean newspaper La Tercera had claimed that representatives of Vidal have met with Juventus sporting director Giuseppe Marotta to discuss a deal in the region of £47m that would take the 27-year-old to United.
Video: The latest transfer newsVidal could, of course, just be saying that he is happy to stay in Jakarta, and not alluding to Juventus at all...
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