Cited among the players targeted by OM, Arturo Vidal will leave Inter Milan. The leaders of the Italian club have already unearthed his successor.
OM Mercato: Inter Milan prepares the post-Arturo Vidal
Among the priorities of the next transfer window of Olympique de Marseille is the position of midfielder. As Pablo Longoria recently indicated, the Marseille management plans to bring a new reinforcement to this position in order to compensate for the future departure of Boubacar Kamara. To do this, OM is studying several avenues internally. And one of them would lead to Arturo Vidal.
At the stage of Boubacar Kamarathe Chilean midfielder comes to the end of his contract next June with theInterMilan. He has been free to join the club of his choice since last January. Aware of this, the coach Jorge Sampaoli, who knows the player very well, is pushing his pawns in order to attract him to Marseille this summer. The Phocaeans could thus achieve a double blow in this operation by securing the services of a world-class midfielder for 0€. Nevertheless, the Flamengo club has gone on the offensive in recent days and should finally win the day, to the detriment of the Marseillais.
Arturo Vidal himself confirmed this trend, accelerating his desire to join the Brazilian club in the short term. Flamengo therefore seems on track to complete the arrival of the 34-year-old player. And a sign that his departure is becoming more and more concrete, the management of Inter Milan is now looking at his succession.
A Real Madrid midfielder to replace Arturo Vidal
The Spanish site Files indeed reveals that the Interist leaders are looking for a new midfielder and their choice fell on Dani Ceballos of Real Madrid. Barred by tough competition in his position, the Spanish international would not be against the idea of seeking more playing time abroad. Inter Milan therefore intends to take advantage of the situation to attract him to his ranks. The Nerazzurri will, however, have to face competition from the Real Betis and of theAS Roma on this track.