Deal Done With PICTURE: Arturo Vidal Arrives To Sign A New Contact

Chelsea FC are yet to sign their first player during the summer transfer windows ahead of the season 2018-2019 after the very disappointing season where Chelsea failed to qualify for the Champions League for next season, and they were able to win the FA Cup only domestically.

Chelsea FC are linked with several big names to reinforce the team during the summer transfer windows such as Arturo Vidal, but the Blues Chelsea FC still didn’t sign any player or sell any player as well, where Antonio Conte’s future seems is the main concern for the London club until the moment.

Chelsea’s target, Arturo Vidal, was linked with a move to the Stamford Bridge this season after Bayern Munich are reported to be willing to sell the Chilean international midfielder for around 50 million Euros, and several European giants showed interest in the 31 years old superstar box to box midfielder.

The Chilean midfielder, Arturo Vidal, was linked with a move to Chelsea to reunite with Antonio Conte, Chelsea’s manager, who managed the Chilean midfielder at the Italian Serie A giant, Juventus FC, where he was one of the key players in his squad.

However, recently a picture of Arturo Vidal arriving at the airport int he city of his new club where it seems the Chilean superstar has chosen his next destination.

Arturo Vidal was pictured in Napoli’s airport where he was reported to be heading to Napoli FC to sign with the Italian club after the Italian manager, Carlo Ancelotti, signed yesterday a three years deal with the Italian giant, and Arturo Vidal is reported to be on the list of new players he wants in his squad.

Arturo Vidal played under Carlo Ancelotti in Bayern Munich for around one season and a half, until Carlo Ancelotti got sacked from managing the Bavarian giant due to the bad results on the European level in the Champions League.



Here is the picture of Arturo Vidal in Napoli’s airport


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