Arturo Vidal remains committed to the Nerazzurri despite links away from the club this summer, and will take a positive attitude to contributing to the club as long as he is still in the squad.

Speaking to Colombian broadcaster W Radio after Monday’s draw between Uruguary and Chile, as reported by FCInterNews, the 34-year-old affirmed his commitment to both his club and country.

The midfielder was brought in last summer to join the squad of Antonio Conte as the Nerazzurri looked to strengthen and build on their second place finish in Conte’s first season.

Vidal made 23 Serie A appearances and thirty in all competitions as Inter improved on Conte’s first season by winning the first Scudetto at the club in eleven years.

However, the Chilean is not thought to be in the plans of new manager Simone Inzaghi, and his wages are considered too high for a player on the fringe of the squad.

It remains to be seen whether the Nerazzurri will be able to find a suitable club for Vidal to depart to, however, and the player could still remain at the Giuseppe Meazza.

Should Vidal remain at Inter, the midfielder has made it clear that he will still work hard and give his best to contribute to success at the club.

The player’s words:

“I have won a lot in football, but I still want to win more, and that makes me fight and give all I’ve got for both my national team and my club in Europe.”