Manchester United & Manchester City target could be available for £30m

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Arturo Vidal could reportedly made available in the summer transfer window as Juventus look to raise further cash to fund a bid for a new striker, which is likely to alert Manchester City and Manchester United.

According to talkSPORT, Juve are willing to place the 25-year-old on the market for around £30 million, with both Manchester City and Manchester United reported to be among the midfielder's suitors.

Juve are already set to sign Fernando Llorente from Athletic Bilbao on a free transfer at the end of the season but, it is claimed, manager Antonio Conte wants to further increase his options with the acquisition of another goalscorer.

The Italian champions are reportedly prepared to offload Vidal, with the Chilean rated as one of the club's most valuable players in terms of transfer fee, and talkSPORT claims Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is a long-term admirer of the player.

Vidal could arrive at Old Trafford as a successor to Paul Scholes, with the Manchester United legend likely to retire for a second time at the end of the season.

Manchester City, meanwhile, are also credited with being in the running for Vidal, although Roberto Mancini is likely to have to streamline his squad before he can invest heavily in the summer.

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