Vidal calm over future

Juventus star Arturo Vidal insists he is enjoying his holiday rather than thinking about his future, as he continues to be linked with a move to Manchester United.

Last Updated: 15/07/14 at 12:32 Post Comment

Arturo Vidal: Enjoying his break

Arturo Vidal: Enjoying his break

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The Chilean midfielder is widely reported to be high on Louis van Gaal's list of summer targets, as the Dutchman prepares to take control at Old Trafford after Holland's World Cup campaign ended with victory in the third place play-off clash against Brazil on Saturday.

Vidal had a hugely impressive World Cup finals, helping Chile to the last 16 and whilst Juventus insist he will be staying - questions continue to be asked over his long-term future in Turin.

Speaking to Chile's La Tercera, when asked about United he said: "I've heard about the rumours, but I haven't spoken more about this subject.

"I'm enjoying my holidays, and when I return to Italy I'll see what happens.

"I'm very calm, but anyone would love to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world."

Vidal could very well join fellow countryman Alexis Sanchez in England, after he completed a move to Arsenal this week - and he thinks his switch to North London will be a successful one.

"I am happy for him, he needed to take a step like this and at Arsenal he will be able to do things very well."

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