The Chilean wants to leave the club in January.
However, there has been a slight setback in the negotiations.
Arturo Vidal’s possible January move to Inter Milan may be scuppered and now it is all down to him and his agent Fernando Felicevich, according to Sky Italia.
Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte wants the Chilean international midfielder brought in to strengthen his midfield department and the report stresses that the Italians only want him on loan and have zero interest in paying a fee for Vidal due to him being 32-years-old.
Barcelona are understood to still deem Vidal important, despite the fact he has slid down the pecking order at the club this season and are currently not too open to the idea of a loan meaning it is down to Vidal and Felicevich to convince them otherwise.
In addition, the Blaugrana fears that Arturo Vidal could be set to push for an exit from the club, according to a report from ESPN. This comes after the Chilean international midfielder stormed out of training yesterday after learning he would not be starting for them in tonight’s El Clasico with Real Madrid. Several of his teammates attempted to calm him down but failed to do so.
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