Chelsea have offered Bayern Munich €37m to secure the signing of Arturo Vidal. However, the reigning Bundesliga champions are holding out for their valuation of €60m to be met, according to W Radio Colombia journalist, Pipe Sierra.

The German side could be willing to let Vidal leave the club at the end of the season if a deal can be agreed to bring Leon Goretzka, currently at ​Schalke 04, to the Allianz Arena in the summer. 

It has been widely reported since Antonio Conte took over at ​Chelsea that he could look to bring Vidal to Stamford Bridge. 

The Chilean midfielder was signing by Conte after just one month during his first spell in charge of ​Juventus, leaving Bayer Leverkusen for £11m in 2011.

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Vidal then stayed in Turin until 2015 - 12 months after Conte became the Italian national team manager. The 30-year-old could now be on the move again as Chelsea's manager starts to plan for next season, hoping to bridge the gap between the Blues and ​Manchester City.

Since leaving the ​Serie A, Vidal has gone on to win back to back ​Bundesliga titles, consecutive German Supercup trophies and a DFB-Pokal winners medal and despite being a regular part of ​Bayern's first-team, the Chilean midfielder could be shown the exit door in Bavaria at the end of the season.