Arturo Vidal could make swap deal move to Spain

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Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal addressed transfer rumours linking him with Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid two months ago - and they've resurfaced again.

Vidal played down the links with United and the two La Liga sides earlier this season, but it looks like Barca and Real Madrid are now preparing offers for the Chilean international.

The €40m-rated midfielder was one of several thought to be on United's radar this summer as the club looks to strengthen what has been a problem position.

But Real Madrid and Barcelona are set to offer Juventus a set of attractive proposals that involve player swaps. Madrid are willing to include Alvaro Morata as part of any transfer that brings Vidal to the Bernabeu.

And Barcelona are set to put Alexis Sanchez or Adriano in their transfer offer for the Juventus man.

The transfer rumours come courtesy of Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian newspaper, as reported here by A Bola. Sanchez was a star at Udinese and would probably be Juventus's choice should they wish to negotiate with the Nou Camp club.

United meanwhile are also expected to be very busy in the summer transfer window, with reports claiming a deal for Southampton full-back Luke Shaw is close.

Saints midfielder Adam Lallana has also been linked, while Bayern Munich's Toni Kroos remains a target.

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