The Red Devils end their interest due to a knee injury.
Manchester United’s pursuit of Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal finally appears to have come to and end due to injury doubt.
Negotiations between the two clubs have been ongoing on for some time, with the Red Devils unwilling to pay more than £35m for the Chile international, whilst Juve are holding out for closer to £47m.
However, although United are keen to land Vidal as a marquee signing their new manager Louis van Gaal has concerns over the 27-year-old’s fitness.
The midfield ace has struggled with knee problems in the past and Chilean national team coach Jorge Sampaoli claims this is what is holding back the deal.
“Manchester United want him, but what restrains his move to England for $80million is Van Gaal, who has doubts over his condition to the knee,” Sampaoli was quoted by the Daily Express.
New La Bianconeri head coach Massimilino Allegri has also stressed that Vidal will not be sold from the Juventus Stadium this summer, despite the continued interest.
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