The Barca club leaders want to cut Vidal’s huge salary from their salary fund by accepting the Chilean player to leave the Nou Camp for a symbolic fee of 1 million euros. Vidal took a flight to Italy to complete this transfer and officially returned to the Serie A playing field after five years from the date of moving from Juventus to Bayern Munich.
The news was also revealed yesterday by Italian sports journalist Fabrizio Romano: “Arturo Vidal to Inter, we welcome him together! Tomorrow he will fly to Milano. General agreement is reached with Barca. worth 1 million euros “.
Vidal’s departure is part of a major overhaul at Barca, the team that previously lost Ivan Rakitic – a player who switched to former side Sevilla on a free transfer earlier this summer.
New manager Ronald Koeman is making sweeping changes at the club after a horrifying 2-8 Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich in August. After Rakitic and Vidal, Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez will likely leave, when Juventus and Atletico Madrid are competing fiercely.