Juventus are open to letting midfield star Arturo Vidal leave for £24million, alerting Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal, Express reports.
The Red Devils have been a keen admirer of the Chilean after Vidal helped Juventus to three consecutive Serie-A titles ever since his move from Bayer Leverkusen back in 2011.
However reports from Italy suggests that Juve are ready to offload the player for a cut-price deal of £24million in order to make funds for Antonio Conte’s summer transfer plans.
And the United boss – currently managing the Dutch national side – will face Vidal when the Netherlands take on Chile on Monday.
Van Gaal singled out the 27-year-old as Chile’s key man, and expressed his desire to bring him to Old Trafford.
“Chile have very dangerous players, I always wanted to buy Vidal when he was at Bayer Leverkusen but he went to Juventus,” he admitted.
“I like a lot of Chile players and they always play an attacking style. It will be difficult for the Netherlands but we have confidence in the three games we have to play.”
Man United have also been linked with Chile’s Alexis Sanchez, who plies his trade with Barcelona.