Arturo Vidal is a player who Inter are looking to offload in the summer, and there is no shortage of clubs who would like to sign the veteran midfielder, but few if any can afford to pay the Chilean’s current salary.

Today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper reports that while the Inter midfielder has admirers, including possibly Liga MX Club Club America, there is little indication that any club is currently both attempting to sign Vidal and able to pay his large salary.

Tuttosport argue that if Inter are unable to find a buyer for the Chilean, then they risk having a player in the squad who is on significantly higher wages than they would prefer for a player who is not in manager Simone Inzaghi’s plans as a starter.

Vidal made thirty appearances and scored two goals in all competitions last season including an important opener against former club Juventus after being signed by Antonio Conte last summer, but at 34 years of age he is considered to be primarily a bench option.