Inter midfielder Arturo Vidal is open to a potential move to Liga MX side Club America but adding that nothing looks likely to happen at the moment.
Speaking to Spanish-language US broadcaster TUDN after Chile’s 1-1 draw with Argentina to open the team’s Copa America campaign, the former Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Juventus man praised Club America and Mexico but was clear in reiterating that he remains an Inter player.
Inter are thought to hope for the Chilean’s departure from the club, with his €6 million wages considered too high for a player who does not start regularly.
With the 34-year-old not in Simone Inzaghi’s plans, America are thought to be one of the potential destinations for which Vidal could leave in the summer.
No clear movement towards any exit for the Inter midfielder has yet been reported, and it remains to be seen if the Nerazzurri will be able to get him off their books.
Vidal explained to TUDN:
“You have to understand, I have always said that I like Mexico, and that is true. America, I hope one day I would be given an opportunity to go there, but there must be interest from both sides.”
“I currently have a contract with Inter, and I will continue my career by giving my best there. If at some point a move happens, I’ll be happy.”