Former Colo Colo Sporting Director Marcelo Espina believes that Boca Juniors would be an ideal club for midfielder Arturo Vidal when he leaves Inter.
Speaking to Chilean broadcaster ESPN, Espine gave the thought that a switch to the Argentine giants would suit the 35-year-old, who he thinks would have the ideal personality to play there.
Vidal is on his way out at Inter this summer, and there is no shortage of suitors for him, including the likes of Al Rayyan, Galatasaray, Inter Miami, and also various teams keen to bring him back to South America.
Boca would be one of the teams with the strongest interest in signing the Chilean now that he’s leaving Inter, and Espina believes that the move would be one that would make sense.
For him, it could come down to the 35-year-old’s style and attitude fitting in well with the culture of Boca, one of South America’s most iconic clubs.
“Arturo Vidal is perfect for Boca Juniors due to his temperament,” he said.