Arturo Vidal has been talking about his future at Barcelona and admitted he could look to leave if he stops feeling important at the club.
The Chile international moved to the Camp Nou from Bayern Munich in the summer of 2018 in what was a pretty surprise signing at the time.
Yet he’s become an important squad player for the club and has popped up with some crucial goals both this season and last.
However, Vidal is not a guaranteed starter, he’s only made three La Liga starts this season, and has suggested a lack of game time could see him move on.
“I would like to be here at Barcelona always but I must be objective and live day by day. If in December or when the season ends, that I don’t feel I’m important here, I will have to find a solution and broaden my horizons to be important.”
Source | TV3
Reports this season have suggested Inter Milan could move for Vidal in January and that he has emerged as a top priority for boss Antonio Conte.