There are reports Arturo Vidal has put his house in Turin up for sale, fuelling rumours of a Juventus exit.
According to Calciomercato.com, Vidal’s neighbours confirmed his house in the Moncalieri area is now on the market.
The villa in the hills above Turin hasn’t always been a happy one, as Vidal’s home was burgled in January with €150,000 worth of items stolen.
This has been taken as a further sign the Chile international is reconsidering his future at Juventus following Antonio Conte’s sudden resignation.
Manchester United have been most heavily linked with Vidal, although the asking price is an absolute minimum of €40m (£35m).
This week Vidal told a Chilean newspaper he knew of Manchester United and Real Madrid’s interest.
“Has my era at Juventus finished? I don’t know, I could stay at Juve for life. When I return to Italy I will speak to the Coach and we’ll see what happens.”