Arturo Vidal could depart from the Giuseppe Meazza this summer, though his destination remains unknown with clubs in Europe, Mexico, and South America thought to be interested in the Chilean.

Flamengo have emerged as a possible transfer destination in recent days, but Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport report that the Brazilian club are not the only South American team who are interested in signing the 34-year-old in today’s print edition.

One possible destination for the player would be Colo-Colo, the Chilean club where he made his senior debut and attracted the attention of Bayer Leverkusen.

The Chilean made 144 appearances in all competitions with Leverkusen before being signed by Juventus and, subsequently, Bayern Munich, Barcelona, and Inter, where he would win multiple trophies and establish his reputation in Europe.

Another destination brought up for the Chilean midfielder is Rodelindo Roman, where the midfielder could look to make a sentimental return to the club where he first began his footballing journey at the age of ten.

It is not thought that firm offers have arrived at Inter from any of the aforementioned clubs, or that advanced negotiations currently exist to take the player away from the Giuseppe Meazza, but the list of possible destinations for the midfielder grows should Inter wish to see him leave.