Inter midfielder Arturo Vidal’s future remains unclear, with the 34-year-old set to make his decisions on his club career after the club career with his focus currently on playing for Chile.

One possible destination brought up for the Inter man should he depart is Brazilian club Flamengo, and the club’s former manager Dorival Junior spoke to Madrid-based newspaper AS in an interview published in today’s print edition about the player.

The manager praises Vidal’s complete and refined skillset, and the type of player that managers like to build their teams around.

These are certainly among the qualities that brought him to Inter last summer as a key target of former head coach Antonio Conte.

However, at the moment the Chilean looks set to depart, with the club deeming his salary too high for a player not a major part of Simone Inzaghi’s plans for next season.

It remains to be seen where the midfielder end up, though as Dorival’s words show there will be no shortage of admirers whether or not a deal gets done:

“Arturo is a great player who every club would like to have in their squad. He is a technical player who also has a determination to regain possession of the ball.”

He characterized Vidal as “A complete box-to-box player. He has excellent characteristics, I doubt there are any coaches who don’t want him.”