Long-term Manchester United target Arturo Vidal is not looking to leave Juventus.
The Chile international was heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford last summer, and was the subject of rumours throughout the transfer window.
However, he opted to stay in Turin, but there have been suggestions that he remains on United’s radar in recent times.
Yet, Vidal has moved to rubbish claims that he’s looking to leave the Old Lady, insisting that he’s happy where he is:
“It is hard to think about leaving Juventus when you have been crowned champions and you are part of a great team,” he is quoted by The Metro.
“For any player, the most important thing is to win trophies and to become part of the club’s history.
“The people in Turin love me, I am feeling very well here and my family is feeling right at home.
“Why should I have any desire to leave? I am feeling extremely well at Juventus.”
Vidal has long been hailed as one of the finest players in Serie A, with his energetic displays from midfield having earned him much praise.
His performances have helped Juve to three league titles and consistent qualification for the Champions League.
United chased Vidal for much of the summer of 2014, despite a recurring knee injury.
Some reports at the time even suggested that the Red Devils had offered him a salary worth over £200,000-per-week.