Manchester United offer 'take it or leave it' deal to Arturo Vidal

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Manchester United have offered Juventus and Arturo Vidal a 'take it or leave it' deal to sign the Chilean international.

Vidal has been top of Louis van Gaal's transfer list, ever since the ex-Holland boss took over at Old Trafford.

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According to reports in Italy, Manchester United are willing to offer Vidal twice the weekly wage he's currently on at Juventus.

The deal will reportedly include a £58 million transfer fee, £18 million more than the fee that Juventus originally wanted for the player.

Bumper pay rise

If Vidal signs for the Manchester club, he will see his wages rise to over £6 million a year, on a four year contract.

Gazetta Dello Sport has stated that Vidal's agent, Fernando Felicevich, will bring Juventus the news of Manchester United's interest later on this week.

The news comes after Vidal reportedly rejected a move to United this week, stating that he wants to speak to the New Juventus boss before any move.

"I'll talk to Allegri on Monday and then we will see. I haven't spoken with Allegri or any of my team-mates yet, but I'm not going to Manchester," Vidal said, as quoted in the Daily Mail.

The Chilean international went on to add: "I'm still on holiday at the moment. Can I say I'm staying at Juve? I don't know,"

Vidal's comments may spark serious interest from other clubs such as Manchester City and Real Madrid, both of which have been tracking the movement of the Juventus star ever since he became a key player for Juventus.

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