Italian super-agent Andrea D'Amico is convinced that Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal will leave the club this summer, with Premier League trio; Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea lurking for his signature.
The Chilean international has been speculated about since the end of the season and has been strongly linked with a move to England, with the Red Devils in pole position to land the holding-midfielder.
Old Trafford bound?
Manchester United, who are enjoying a fruitful pre-season under Louis Van Gaal, have been monitoring the 27-year-old for a while now and have reportedly made three bids for him already, all which have been turned down by the Serie A champions.
According to reports, United have offered £35 million, £42.7m and £47.8m, with Vidal's agent doing most of the negotiating with the English club.
It's believed Vidal's agent has been in England holding numerous talks with United and is strongly trying to push through the deal before reporting back to Juventus with the offer from the Premier League side.
It's not understood how much Juve would want for their star-asset, but they have already admitted that they would sell up if a big enough offer was made.
Speaking to Sky Sport Italia, D'Amico, who is widely known in Italy, has admitted that one of Vidal and Paul Pogba will leave the Italian champions this summer, and as he continued, he revealed that he's confident it will be the Chilean that leaves.
"Vidal and Pogba? One of the two will leave," he said. "I’ll go a step further I’m convinced Vidal will certainly leave."
Despite Vidal revealing after the World Cup his intentions to stay in Italy, it's believed his agent, Fernando Felicevich, has convinced him to force a move to Old Trafford.
It's reported that Vidal will be offered roughly £200k-a-week if he was to join Manchester United, which would make him one of the club's highest paid players, behind Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie.
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