Manchester United's €60m transfer target is fit, not for sale - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Juventus Director Giuseppe Marotta has claimed that Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal is fully fine and has resumed training with the squad now that his knee is fully functional. Marotta also reaffirmed that the 27 year old Manchester United target is not for sale and there never has been negotiations with the Red Devils for the World Cup star.
Three Players Manchester United Must Sign After Marcos Rojo - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United have completed the signing of Argentinean defender Marcos Rojo from Sporting Lisbon in Portugal. The 24 year-old was a star in the recent World Cup in Brazil as his national side reached the finals.
Manchester United desperate to sign €60m target in the coming days - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
It now seems that Manchester United are getting desperate to sign Arturo Vidal from Manchester United as quickly as possible. Corriere Dello Sport's front page story alsoclaims that the Chilean midfielder too is planning his exit from the Bianconeri.
The Oxford dictionary defines despair as ‘the complete loss or absence of hope'. Most United fans may have different definitions. Watching Ashley Young receive the ball 30 yards inside the opposition half, turn, and play the ball back 60 yards to the keeper.
Manchester United Extremely Close To Signing Midfield Superstar - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The news that Manchester United fans around the world have been longing to hear might not be too far away now. Right from the start of the transfer window, Juventus Arturo Vidal has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, but the two clubs were unable to strike a deal.
Manchester United's astonishing salary or Juventus stay: It's Arturo Vidal's choice - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
According to Italian media outlet La Stampa, the verdict for the Arturo Vidal to Manchester United transfer saga has in all certainty been defined. The report claims that it now boils down to the Chilean on whether he wants to accept the Red Devils' enticing salary of €12m per year, which is double to what he earns currently at Juventus or reject the enticing offer to stay on with the Old Lady.
Another day another barrage of clickbait articles posted from around the World regurgitating all the rumours surrounding the endless list of names reported to be targets for Manchester United's summer spending spree.
The last 24hrs have been especially so with the rumour mill doing overtime on the Arturo Vidal case, but has respected Italian agent, Andrea D'Amico, thrown us the biggest clue yet that perhaps, just perhaps, Vidal really is on his way out of Juventus and into the welcoming arms of Manchester United or can Vidal's name be added to the illustrious list of those that never happened?
Manchester United's €60m target will 'certainly' leave, claims agent - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United have been given a lifeline in signing Arturo Vidal after Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco's agent admitted the star midfielder could leave the Turin club.
Giovinco's contract with the Old Lady runs down in 2015 and while addressing rumours linking the Italian forward with the move away from Juventrus, agent Andrea D'Amico said that Vidal will leave the Serie A champions in the summer transfer window.
From Italy: €60m rated Manchester United target will stay at club - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Readers of Soccerlens would very well know how we have covered the Arturo Vidal to Manchester United transfer saga. After we reported earlier today that Chilean newspaper sensationally claimed that the Chilean had a verbal agreement to join the Red Devils, latest reports from Italy hint at an altogether different story.
VIDAL AGREEMENT REACHED: €60m powerhouse ready for Manchester United move - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United are reportedly on he verge of completing a club record€60m move for Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal, with reports from Chile claiming the 27-year-old has verbally agreed to join the Premier League side on a four-year deal.
Juventus and Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United for weeks now, and after denying he was going nowhere, Juventus appeared to soften that stance on Monday when the club's CEO Giuseppe Marotta is said that they will only sell Vidal if the midfielder asks to to go.
Vidal Latest: €60m Chilean meets new Juventus boss as Man Utd close in - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The saga of Arturo Vidal trundles on, seemingly with no end in sight. The highly rated Chilean has reportedly been tracked by Manchester United all through the summer, with new manager Louis van Gaal chopping and changing his squad in order to mount an assault on the top four next season; with Vidal said to be a primary choice to stabilise the flagging midfield.
Manchester United have tabled a €60m €48m for Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal and they've also already contacted the Chilean's agent over the financial package they are ready to offer to the midfielder, according to reports in Italy.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Vidal's agent, Fernando Felicevich, is due to arrive in Turin tonight to meet Juventus' manager Massimiliano Allegri and the Serie A champions' general manager, Giuseppe Marotta, and during their meeting Juventus will be made aware that United are ready to offer Vidal €8m £6.
Five Arturo Vidal alternatives for Manchester United - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Vidal: Staying put at Juventus
The Arturo Vidal transfer saga looks to finally have taken it's final turn. While the player's words at an airport interview were certainly interpreted wrongly in the media, Juve CEO Marotta's words certainly don't leave room for doubt about Juve's intentions to keep the Chilean.
Massive Blow: €50m rated World Cup star rejects Manchester United - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
So it appears that the verdict is out then. Manchester United fans look away as some bad news is on your way from Italy. According to reports in Gazzetta Dello Sport, Juventus midfielder has rejected a move to the Red Devils after landing in Italy from vacation post the World Cup.
Liverpool to table record offer to land United and Madrid target - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
In what looks to be a sensational development regarding the Arturo Vidal transfer saga, Chilean newspaper El Mercurio have reported that Liverpool are willing to table a record offer to land Manchester United target Arturo Vidal from Juventus.
Five world class players Manchester United must sign - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal claimed on his first press conference that he would take a closer look on the players he has at disposal before delving into the transfer market. In case, he needs to do so, which is highly likely, he won't have to worry about the finances, afterhas been told he is free to break the world transfer record to bring right kind of players to Manchester United.
Manchester United preparing final €50m assault for Arturo Vidal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
According to reports in Italian newspaper Tuttosport, Manchester United are preparing a final€50m offer for Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal. The Serie A champions however have made it clear that they don't want to part ways with the Chilean midfielder.
Ed Woodward has told Manchester United fans the club will be extremely busy over the next couple of weeks and that fans should expect various arrivals and departures before the Premier League gets underway on August 15th against Swansea.
Having already spent more than £50m on Ander Herrera and Luke Shaw, United have lost Ryan Giggs, who retired at the end of last season, while Nemanja Vidic, Rio Ferdinand, Federico Macheda and Alex Buttner have all left the club and the quartet is set to be follow suit by another couple of players, including Patrice Evra.
€50m rated Manchester United target puts house on sale in Italy - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United fans, this might be the best piece of news you hear in quite some time regarding the Arturo Vidal transfer saga. According to reports in Italian newspaper Gazzetta Dello Sport, the 27 year old Chilean has put his house on sale in Moncalieri, Turin.
Arturo Vidal has admitted he's aware of Manchester United interest but has confirmed his future remains uncertain at the moment, which will presumably opening the door to more speculation on the Chilean star's plans.
Vidal's performances for Juventus and Chile have attracted interest from a host of European clubs, with United thought to be the frontrunners in the race for the 27-year-old midfielder, despite repeatedly insisting that Vidal is not on the club's radar and despite Juventus being adamant that Vidal will not leave Turin this summer.
In the latest twist surrounding Manchester United's pursuit of Arturo Vidal, the club has apparently opened talks with the Chilean midfielder's agent and could soon test Juventus resolve with a €50m £40m offer, according to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla'.
Pedulla', who is normally ratherreliable in terms of transfer rumours, had already mentioned Vidal twice earlier this week, firstly claiming that United had made a €50m bid and that the Chilean international, who claimed he'd be "relaxed if a move to United fell through" was holding out for net wages of €10m £8m per season.
Arturo Vidal will not join Manchester United this summer, according to Juventus general manager, Giuseppe Marotta, who insisted the Chile international is "not for sale" and "happy to be at the club", despite rumours suggesting otherwise over the last couple of weeks.
Vidal has long been linked with a move to Old Trafford this summer, with reports suggesting he could be moving to United for around £32m, while other sources claimed United would try and get the Chilean for a cheaper fee and some reports in the Italian press last night suggested that United were ready to present a €44m £35m offer for the 27-year-old.
The Transfer Lens: Arturo Vidal to Manchester United? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
With Antonio Conte resigning from Juventus yesterday, the burning question is whether Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal will join Manchester United in the summer. We reported last night that Gazzetta Dello Sport cited English tabloid Daily Mail that Manchester United had reached an agreement with a €44m offer to sign the 27 year old.
With two less than two weeks left in the transfer window and United in desperate need of reinforcements, after their opening game of the season ended in a dismal 2-1 defeat against Swansea at home, the rumour mill has kicked into overdrive, as Louis Van Gaal has allegedly told Edward Woodward he must deliver before the window shuts.
Ah, the 2014 World Cup. It was a good'n, wasn't it? Remember when Robin van Persie decapitated Louis van Gaal? Or when Arturo Vidal planted a hunting knife in Charles Aranguiz's cranium? Remember how we all laughed when Steven Gerrard had to move that baby out of the way so he could take a corner?