In an interview with Chilean outlet Publimetro, the 31-year-old was questioned over the likelihood of leaving the Bundesliga giants this summer, and stated: "
Camina siempre con PASO FIRME hacia ADELANTE, nunca te RINDAS... Un día mirarás atrás y te darás cuenta que todos tus ESFUERZOS valieron la PENA 老老老老老 pic.twitter.com/jUp9CaNtN4— Arturo Vidal (@kingarturo23) May 28, 2018
Vidal has been with Bayern Munich for three seasons, and has become a leading midfielder at the club, renowned for his physically dominant displays.
Interest in the former Colo Colo man is set to be high, and the fact he'll have a summer break with Chile not involved in this summer's World Cup could well make him an alluring option to a number of elite sides.
Given Vidal's comments about the Champions League, it seems like Man Utd is a more likely destination than Chelsea. However, the tough tackler may opt to return to his former side Juventus, who are set for a major squad overhaul in the summer. Vidal spent four seasons with I Bianconeri, winning four Serie A titles and a Copa Italia during his stay.
Meanwhile, reports have claimed that Man Utd could be set to miss out on signing Real Madrid's Gareth Bale