Inter midfielder Arturo Vidal is starting to think about the possibility of ending his time in European football in the near future.
Speaking to Chilean broadcaster TNT Sports, as reported by FCInterNews, the 34-year-old admitted that he could potentially make the move to a South American club in the near future.
Vidal had been linked with a move away from Inter last summer, but the midfielder’s wages made a move for most of the clubs interested in his signature problematic.
The Chilean has stayed with the Nerazzurri and continued to contribute to the team, but he has once again been linked with an exit during this summer’s transfer window, especially with the club having a clause to terminate his contract with a severance fee.
One of the clubs that had been pursuing Vidal’s signature last summer had been Brazilian giants Flamengo, and they are still a consideration for him.
“My time in Europe could be coming to an end,” he said. “I don’t know if it’s time, but if it happens, my goal is very clear – to win everything with Flamengo, fighting for Libertadores, which is a dream because it’s like the Champions League in Europe.”