Manchester United have dealt an another transfer blow following the comments of Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal.
The Chilean international, who is believed to be targeted by Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona as well Manchester United, claimed that he is not discussing about the prospect of moving from Juventus.
He told Las Ultimas Noticias: "I live with my feet on the ground, I try not to think too much about the rumours, otherwise I would go mad. I think it is better to focus on training and getting ready for games at my best.
"Real Madrid, Barcelona or Manchester United? It is nice to hear my name linked to Madrid, Barca or to Manchester United, but I think only about training, the rest we shall see about."
Vidal's Chilean team-mate Alexis Sanchez had recently urged the 26-year-old to join him at Barcelona.
However, speaking about Sanchez's plea, Vidal said: "I've no problem with Alexis, we have known each other since we were kids.
"Of course I'd like to play with someone with whom I have shared something, but perhaps it could be for him to come here.
"These things, however, we will see over time," added the former Bayern Leverkusen midifielder.
Vidal has been one of the star performers for Juventus this season and has been heavily linked with ample of European giants.
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