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Juventus might have made a big crash, bang, wallop about their intentions by signing Cristiano Ronaldo but their rivals Inter are having a mighty fine time of things in the transfer market themselves.
Under Jose Mourinho, and even before, Inter were the best team in Italy and the Portuguese manager just topped things off for them by winning the Champions League to prove them to be the best in Europe, for that year at least.
When Mourinho left for Real Madrid the Italians were left to crumble and they went through manager after manager with no success and a hell of a lot of failures.
Things changed last season when Luciano Spalletti finally managed to get them back into the Champions League for the first time since 2012, finishing fourth thanks to a late turn around against Lazio on the last day of the season.
Next for the Nerazzurri is making sure they stay in Europe's premier competition and challenging Juventus for the Serie A title and they'll hope to get closer to that by signing one of the Old Lady's former players.
According to Sportmediaset Inter are closing in on a move for Arturo Vidal from Bayern Munich with the price of the transfer being negotiated.
The report says that Bayern are happy to sell the 31 year old, who only has one year left on his deal, and are hoping to get €30 million for the player but Inter are looking to spend around €24 million for the Chilean midfielder.
Sporting director Piero Ausilio has been in Munich to negotiate the deal and Inter don't want to spend the full amount that the German champions want because of his age and only having one year left on his deal whilst Vidal wants to move.
Inter's transfer dealings so far this summer are very impressive having added Radja Nainggolan, Matteo Politano, Federico Dimarco, Kwadwo Asamoah, Stefan de Vrij and Lautaro Martínez.
Vidal would be an excellent addition to their options, especially has experience in Italy and the Champions League, whilst their best piece of business would be to keep hold of Mauro Icardi.
Is Vidal a good signing for Inter?
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