Official: Arturo Vidal, to Inter

Barça transferred the Chilean to the neroazzurro club for one million euros in variables. Vidal, who signed for two years, with Inter leaves without achieving his dream of winning the Champions League.


"I want three Champions in three years". The phrase of Arturo Vidal as soon as he landed in Barcelona in the summer of 2018 echoed through the four walls of the Camp Nou. This is the Chilean, an excessive player who arrived to replace Paulinho and who leaves without fulfilling his dream of conquering Europe despite having given everything as a Barça player and having given a higher performance than that denied by his detractors.

He played 96 games for Barça, scored 11 goals, gave 10 assists and was one of the few who put his heart in the last two seasons when they were badly given. In recent times, and when it was known outside of Can Barça, Vidal was tough with the team's decline process and asked, in a phrase that generated much controversy, that Barça forget its DNA because football is turning to a more physical game.

Barça announced the transfer of the Chilean to Inter Milan, which pays the symbolic amount of one million euros in variables. The Barça club manages to save the player's record, who signs for two years with Inter, and takes off a bit of salary pressure after the departure of Ivan Rakitic. Of course, Pjanic arrives with a good contract from Juventus and we will have to wait for the signing of Memphis Depay to take place.

"Forza Inter!"

The Chilean has assured, after officially confirming his departure from Barcelona and his signing for Inter Milan, that he is beginning "with great enthusiasm" this new stage in his career.

In a message posted on his social networks, the international with La Roja thanked Inter "for believing" in him, his new teammates "and everyone at the club for the nice welcome."

"I hope we can win many things together. Forza Inter !!", adds Vidal, who will be the sixth Chilean player to wear the Interista jersey, after Iván Zamorano, David Pizarro, Luis Jiménez, Gary Medel and Alexis Sánchez.

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