Arsenal Prime Target set To Make Big Move In January With Chelsea Also Keen On Move

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We expect to see a very busy January transfer window for the London giants of the Premier league as it is given their they have not done as well as their Manchester counterpart.

Chile international and Bayern Munich midfielder Aturo Vidal was a subject of transfer interest from some clubs around Europe but none of his suitors could lure him to their side.

Inter Milan were strongly linked with a move for the star but according to latest reports, the San Siro giants have withdrawn their interest, leaving Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool as the only suitors for the midfield maestro, this is according to report.

The inflation in the transfer window took a new turn last summer and this means Inter Milan would not be able to sign in January unless they want to break the UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations.

Since the sack of Italian boss Carlo Ancelotti, Vidal has been reduced to a fringe players and he fancies playing regularly as it is given that his form for club might determine if he’s starred at the World Cup next term.

Arsenal bolstered their squad in the summer but they have been trailing Vidal for his signature for sometime now. The inconsistent of Granit Xhaka means they could do with a new DM in Mould of Vidal. Meanwhile, the sale of Nemanja Matic from Chelsea has adversely affected the club and in Vidal, Chelsea would have  a better partner for Kante.

It is left to be seen the club that would take  advantage of his situation and sign him.



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