Inter midfielder Arturo Vidal is contemplating his future amid interest from clubs in North and South America, although no concrete offers have arrived for the 34-year-old as of yet.

This according to Spanish news outlet Mundo Deportivo, who report that the Chilean is subject to interest from clubs in Major League Soccer in addition to South American clubs such as Flamengo and Boca Juniors.

Vidal arrived at Inter last summer, and he made thirty appearances in all competitions, with his most memorable moment in the season arguably being his scoring the opening goal in a win against former club Juventus.

However, the midfielder is no longer in the plans of the Nerazzurri, and with his high wages the club would like to offload him this summer.

The player is debating on his future with clubs across the Atlantic looking the most interested in his signature, although it remains to be seen whether any interested clubs would be financially ready to make a serious offer.