Inter could terminate the contract of Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal, with the player not thought to be in the plans of the club going forward.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are working to find an agreement that would see the 34-year-old depart as a free agent.
Vidal arrived last summer from Barcelona, and while he featured in many matches early on in the season his campaign came to be characterized by injury struggles, with the midfielder unable to appear in many matches and not showing his best form due to fitness troubles.
Given this fact, the Nerazzurri are hoping not to pay the net €6.5 million in wages owed on the final year of his current contract.
Given the difficulty of finding a new club for the Chilean, with a number of clubs interested but none able to offer him the kind of wages he has in his current contract, the Nerazzurri could look for a way to bring about the mutual termination of his contract.
Multiple clubs in South America are thought to be interested in bringing the veteran midfielder in this summer, and it could be feasible for one of his suitors to sign him as a free agent should he be released from Inter.