Juve are insistent the Chilean is going nowhere.
Juventus have sent out a hands-off warning to interested parties Chelsea and Manchester United about signing Arturo Vidal.
The executive of the Italian champions, Beppe Marotta, has spoken out about the future of the Chile international and has looked to quash any interest from the Premier League.
“The situation of Vidal? We have clear ideas,” Marotta was quoted by Tuttosport.
“We renewed his contract last year because we know how important he is. He has not changed his mind about staying with us.
“These are just rumors and the Chilean is one of the best around. We never activated a mechanism for putting him on the market.”
This will come as bad news for the Blues and United who viewed the 27-year-old as the ideal acquisition to bolster their respective midfields.
Both clubs have already been busy in the transfer market this summer, with the West Londoners having signed five new players, whilst the Red Devils have purchased three.
Yet it seems Vidal will not be joining either of their ranks and looks set to stay in Turin for at least one more year.
The South American joined the Serie A holders in 2011 from Bayer Leverkusen, helping them to win three successive Scudetto titles since.
Vidal has become recognised as one of the finest box-to-box midfielders in the world during that time and the departure of Antonio Conte as manager at the Juventus Stadium earlier this month further plunged the Chilean’s future into doubt.
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