Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has insisted that there 'are always rumours' as he continues to be linked with a move to Premier League giants Manchester United, reports the Express.
The Chilean ace, who starred in this past summer's World Cup, was linked with a move to Old Trafford throughout the last transfer window, however a move failed to materialise.
And now, despite it being suggested that Manchester United could make a move for him once again in 2015, Vidal has insisted that he's happy in Turin as he enters his fourth year with the club.
Speaking to Al Aire Libre, the midfielder said: "I feel content and happy here. It's going to be my fourth year, I feel at home.
"Good things have happened in this period and we are getting set to play at our best, I'm happy about the result."
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Vidal has also admitted that he's feeling relaxed at the Serie A club and is working hard to become one of the top midfielders in world football.
"There are always rumours, but I'm feeling relaxed. I only think about Juventus, I'm at 100 per cent right now, I'm training at the utmost to become one of the best.
"There are always rumours about the future, but I don't dwell on them, I've got a person to take care of that."
It remains to be seen as to whether Manchester United move in for Vidal in the next transfer window or whether boss Louis van Gaal settles on what he already has at his disposal at the Theatre of Dreams.
United did improve in the middle of the park in the last transfer window, as they landed the duo of Daley Blind and Ander Herrera, whilst Marouane Fellaini has started to prove himself in the red shirt under Louis van Gaal.
With Michael Carrick and Darren Fletcher also plying their trade at Old Trafford, the United boss now has a number of options at his disposal as his side look to succeed this season.
In fact, it was Fellaini who headed home Manchester United's opening goal last night as the Red Devils secured all three points against Stoke City in a 2-1 win at Old Trafford.
Manchester United will now turn attentions to their next Premier League clash with high-flying Southampton next Monday evening.
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