Arturo Vidal could be set to leave Inter in the summer, but at the moment it is unclear which club if any would be a viable destination for the 34-year-old.

Legendary former Inter striker Ivan Zamorano weighed in on Vidal’s situation during official commentary on the match between Chile and Paraguay during the Copa America, as reported by FCInterNews, suggesting that the Chilean will receive offers from clubs after the Copa.

Zamorano, like Vidal does now, represented Chile as a player, and is keenly watching the national team at this summer’s edition of the Copa America.

For the time being, the national team is Vidal’s sole priority, and it is not likely that any agreements will come while he is still participating at the tournament in Brazil.

However, in the coming weeks after the tournament finishes, clubs may step up their pursuit of the midfielder and more will be known about the Chilean’s situation at Inter.

Suggesting this and also bringing up the name of one particular destination for Vidal, Zamorano claimed that his future could be in Mexico.

“Surely at the end of the Copa America Arturo Vidal will have several offers, and Club America could be one of them,” the former striker suggested.