Inter target Arturo Vidal has hit out against current side Barcelona over unpaid bonuses. “I find it unfair that my claim on the money isn’t being recognised by the club.”
The former Juventus midfielder is suing the Catalan side over unpaid bonuses, believed to be in the region of €2.4m, although many see this as a ploy to force through a January move to Inter.
“I find it unfair that my claim is not being recognised,” Vidal told Radio ADN in Chile.
“I am not responsible for this. My agent and my lawyer are dealing with the issue.”
Vidal has been constantly linked with a return to Serie A, and a reunion with coach Antonio Conte, with whom he worked for three years in Turin, but he refused to talk about a potential move.
“It’s a topic I will talk about when I return to Spain. Now I’m on vacation.”
Old side Juve had also been linked with a move for the Chilean, but it seems only Inter are a viable option for the 32-year-old.