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ARTURO VIDAL SET TO SIGN FOR BARCELONA

ARTURO VIDAL SET TO SIGN FOR BARCELONA

ARTURO VIDAL SET TO SIGN FOR BARCELONA


The Chilean midfielder will sign a three-year contract with the Blaugrana and have a medicinal to finish his turn after the clubs concurred a charge 


Barcelona have achieved a consent to sign Arturo Vidal from Bayern Munich on a three-year contract. 

The 31-year-old is set to finish his turn following a therapeutic over the coming days, in an arrangement comprehended to be worth in the district of €20 million (£18m/$23m). 

While Inter and Milan were additionally offered his administrations, Barcelona have now made it all work out for Chilean star.

"FC Barcelona and FC Bayern Munich have achieved an understanding for the exchange of player Arturo Vidal," read an announcement on Barca's legitimate site. 

"The concurrence with Arturo Vidal is for the following three seasons and is pending restorative audit that the player will go in the coming days. 

"FC Barcelona will before long advise of the landing of the player and the plan of the introduction." 

Vidal had apparently officially consented to come back to Serie A with Inter however Goal detailed for the current week that his specialist, Fernando Felicevich, offered him to Barca too. 

The Blaugrana swooped to arrive the Chile global to supplant Paulinho, who came back to Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande on credit after a solitary season at Camp Nou. 

Ernesto Valverde flagged his goal to add to his midfield alternatives after the Brazilian's flight, with club incredible Andres Iniesta having likewise left for Asia by marking for Japanese side Vissel Kobe. 

Arthur's turn from Gremio was optimized and Barca were supposedly inspired by marking Adrien Rabiot from Paris Saint-Germain. 

Be that as it may, they swung to Vidal in the wake of being not able prise the France universal far from the Ligue 1 champions. 

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Wounds limited Vidal to 17 Bundesliga begins in the 2017-18 season and he was connected with a January move to Chelsea, regardless of showing he was ready to expand a Bayern get that was set to terminate toward the finish of this season. 

"On account of Bayern and every one of the fans. I truly making the most of my opportunity in Munich," Vidal revealed to Bayern's site as his takeoff was reported. "I might want to thank the club for allowing me to go up against another test in Barcelona." 

He turns into Barca's fourth real marking of the exchange window, following Arthur, Bordeaux winger Malcom and Sevilla protector Clement Lenglet to Catalonia.






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