Chilean spoke to reporters after loss in Spain on Wednesday night.
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has admitted that a move to Real Madrid “would be nice” but it remains to be seen what happens in the future.
The Chilean star was speaking to Radio Onda Cero after the 2-1 defeat in the Champions League on Wednesday night, and according to Football Italia he didn’t rule out the possibility of joining the Spanish giants some time in the future.
While there was controversy during the game after the 26-year-old was denied a penalty and Giorgio Chiellini was sent off, the loss leaves the Bianconeri in a difficult position moving forward.
Having already been held by both FC Copenhagen and Galatasaray in their first two group games, the Turin giants will be aware that they can’t afford to drop any more points if they are to progress to the knock-out stages.
“It would be nice, but we’ll have to see what happens in the future,” the Chilean international commented when asked about playing at the Bernabeu on a more regular basis.
“Real are a good side with great players,” he added.
Nevertheless, there has been speculation in the Italian media in recent weeks that the midfield general will sign a contract extension with Juve in the coming weeks.
However, his comments will undoubtedly give strength to rumours that he may consider a switch away from the club if the right offer arrives.
With club president Andrea Agnelli previously admitting that it would be difficult to keep hold of team-mate Paul Pogba if a significant offer was submitted, it can be assumed that the same applies to Vidal with reports of Premier League interest too.