Chelsea To Fight For Bayern Munich Star

Bayern Munich's James Rodriguez, Thiago Alcantara, Thomas Muller and Arturo Vidal warm up.

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Disregarding the fact that Arturo Vidal has another year till his Bayern Munich contract expires, he could be up for the grabs by the end of this campaign.

United previously finalised a move for Alexis Sanchez, which saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan joining Arsenal. And according to a Chilean journalist Maks Cardenas, one can’t snub the likelihood of Vidal following Alexis to the Theatre of Dreams.

Furthermore, it is highly anticipated that Marouane Fellaini will leave Old Trafford at the end of this season, with reports indicating his deep desire to look for greener pastures with higher opportunities.

Additionally, Michael Carrick is presumed to hang up his boots and join the club’s coaching team when the current campaign hits its conclusion.

Accordingly, the Bundesliga outfit’s midfield man seems an ideal target for the Old Trafford outfit.

On the other hand, Chelsea are having issues with Tiemoue Bakayoko, as the 23-year-old keeps failing to overwhelm the club gaffer.

Thus, in the hopes of reconstructing his midfield strength, Antonio Conte might consider exploiting Chelsea’s massive financial capabilities for roping in the talented midfielder from Germany.

As per Express, Cardenas took to Twitter to report: “Arturo Vidal will remain at Bayern Munich for the rest of the season. In June he will still have one year of contract. He has offers from Italy and China. Chelsea and Manchester United also interested.”

The 30-year-old midfielder had congratulated Sanchez the previous day for marking his move at Old Trafford, by telling Fox Sports Chile: “The teammates that I have are of great quality, important players who are doing things well on their teams and that has always a prize to reach the best teams in the world.

“Alexis has earned his chance to be at United, and I hope he goes on to win many titles with them.”

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Written by Hritwik NE 

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