Neither Inter nor Juventus are particularly keen on signing Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal in the summer, according to a report from Italian media outlet today.

The report details how Juventus are trying to rejuvenate their midfield in the summer and have no interest in signing the 33-year-old Chilean midfielder, who will turn 34 next season. The Bianconeri are looking for younger talents to build a future project, like Sandro Tonali or Federico Chiesa.

Inter, on the other hand, did want Vidal at all costs in January, the report continues. The club changed their mind after signing Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen in the January transfer window, and now that Stefano Sensi will also be purchased by Inter in the summer, they are only interested in signing the 33-year-old on certain conditions.

The Nerazzurri would only sign Vidal if the deal was both convenient and advantageous from a financial point of view. Inter’s preferred target for the midfield is Brescia starlet Sandro Tonali, who is also wanted by the Turin based club.