The Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal was on the verge of being made official as the new reinforcement of Inter Milan, after finally giving up his last year of contract with FC Barcelona.
The top stone went through the request of the ‘King’ so that they paid him the 10 months of contract that he had left with the Blaugrana store. The leadership culé tried to avoid the payment, that would border the 6 million euros.
According to the newspaper Sports world, the one formed in Colo Colo resigned the year of contract that he had left and also Inter agreed to pay compensation to Barça in exchange for being able to quickly obtain the pass of the 33-year-old midfielder.
“Arturo, who legitimately defended his salary rights, has radically changed his strategy. The midfielder, always according to Barcelona sources, has resigned the last year of his very good contract and only wants to collect what corresponds to him today”, holds the publication.
“It remains to define how the exit will be. Whether directly with the freedom letter in his pocket or with a symbolic transfer, in the Ivan Rakitic style with Sevilla, which allows Barça to enter something more in the short term through variables”he adds.
It should be noted that the new FC Barcelona coach, Ronald Koeman, had not summoned Vidal for today’s friendly of the Blaugrana team against Nástic at the Johan Cruyff Stadium.