Turkish giants Galatasaray are ready to offer midfielder Arturo Vidal a two-year deal worth a net of €5 million per season, though their lack of European football next season could pose a problem.

This according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta.it, who report that the Turkish side are keen on the 35-year-old and ready to make a significant financial offer to sign him, but that he could be put off by the fact that they have not qualified for any European knockout competitions.

Vidal is all set to leave Inter once a mutual termination of his contract is agreed, although the destination for the Chilean is unclear as he has no shortage of suitors.

Galatasaray are one of the teams most interested in signing him, and they would be willing to make a major financial effort.

However, it will remain to be seen if the Istanbul-based team’s lack of Champions League, Europa League, or Europa Conference League football in the upcoming season is a decisive factor for the player.