The 32-year-old Chilean midfielder will see the end of his contract in Camp Nou at the end of This 2020-21 Year.

Chile national group supervisor Reinaldo Rueda has promised that Borussia Dortmund are extremely interested in registering Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal.

Vidal’s contract in Camp Nou runs at the conclusion of this 2020-21 season and also the 32-year-old has been linked with a move away from Spain recently.

The Chile global nearly transferred to Serie A from the January transfer window, with Inter general director Beppe Marotta affirming his club’s interest.

Although the movement did not materialise, it seems Vidal could be on his way from Barcelona in the not too distant future. Together with Vidal beginning, only 12 of his 30 looks for the Blaugrana at 2019-20, the Chile superstar could be tempted to look elsewhere for much more regular playing time.

He stays very anxious if he doesn’t possess constant involvement. He’s always been used to being a top celebrity,” Rueda informed Sport.

However, the Chile boss considers that Vidal is satisfied in Camp Nou and his personality fits in nicely with director Quique Setien, that shot more than Ernesto Valverde in January.

“The fans have welcomed him really nicely and that I hope that wherever he goes he is going to be the protagonist he’s ever been, and in regards to this ‘Roja’ he will arrive in excellent condition.

“Barca has its own DNA, a doctrine heavily embedded in the group. This oxygenation that arrived with the new trainer has come in handy and that I think Arturo has profited him.”

However, Vidal could be about the move within the next transfer window since Barca seem to raise funds to get a move to get a new striker, with Lautaro Martinez and Timo Werner two prime choices.

Vidal could go back into Italy after playing Juventus from 2011 to 2015, or else he could return to Germany with Rueda showing Dortmund’s interest.

“Dortmund was very curious in him. But there’s not anything concrete and you should have the patience to achieve a determination.”