Vidal: ‘I want to win more with Inter’

by | Oct 19, 2021 22:53

Arturo Vidal knows Inter fans expect a lot from him and appears to rule out a possible January exit: ‘I want to win more with this club.’

The Chile international scored one goal in the Nerazzurri’s 3-1 win over Sheriff in Champions League.

“It was a really perfect night for us, we needed a victory to gain confidence ahead of Sunday’s match.”

The Nerazzurri face Vidal’s former club Juventus on Sunday with the Bianconeri travelling to San Siro.

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“We must continue to work, but it is important to have won this game,” Vidal added.

“I dedicate my goal to my daughter Elisabetta who was watching me from Chile. I had promised it to her.

“On Sunday, we had lost a bad game against Lazio but tonight we won an important match that will boost our self-esteem.”

The 34-year-old has been linked with a move away from Inter in January or at the end of the season, when his contract with the Nerazzurri expires.

However, Vidal seems willing to end the campaign in the black and blue half of Milan.

“I know Inter fans expect a lot from me for everything I’ve done in my career,” he said.

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“I hope to give my best and win more with Inter.”

Vidal was given a standing ovation by Inter fans when Simone Inzaghi replaced him in the second half.

The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich star scored his first Champions League goal in four years.

Inter have now four points in three group stage games, but are still behind Real Madrid and Sheriff, who have six points each.

The Serie A champions travel to Moldova on November 3 to face Sheriff in the reverse fixture.

epa09533069 Inter Milan?s Arturo Vidal celebrates after scoring the 2-1 goal during the UEFA Champions League group D soccer match between FC Inter and FC Sheriff Tiraspol at Giuseppe Meazza stadium in Milan, Italy, 19 October 2021. EPA-EFE/MATTEO BAZZI


  1. martinn


  2. LDN

    @martinn You call him a traitor when Juve had no problems selling him after his drink driving incidents? He might have loved the club in the past but when a club doesn’t support you in your hardest periods, the only traitors here are the people at the club themselves. The fact is modern football is a business now and no doubt people like you still believe that players are loyal to clubs when their careers on the line. There will be no more Totti’s or Maldini’s because football is all about money now.

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