Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has reportedly agreed to leave Italian champions for Real Madrid, despite interest from two Premier League clubs – Manchester United and Arsenal, according to the Daily Express.
The Chilean international, who played a crucial role in their Copa America 2015 success, is ready to be offload by the Old Lady, who want to keep hold of French star Paul Pogba.
Vidal, 28, who scored eight goals and provided four assists last season is desperate on a move to join the Spanish club and has already spoken to their new coach, Rafa Benitez about a desired move.
Meanwhile , the report from Independent claims that the Ex-Bayer Leverkusen man has already told the Los Blancos that he will sign a five-year-contract at Santiago Bernabeu, with officials from Madrid already flying out to Chile to make this deal happen.
Vidal was one of Juve’s key players last season, helping the club to win a league title – domestic double and finish as runners-up in the Champions League.