Arturo Vidal aims 'unfinished Champions League business' with Barcelona

Arturo Vidal aims 'unfinished Champions League business' with Barcelona

The Chilean midfielder left Bayern Munich to join the Catalans in a €30million deal after agreeing a three-year contract over the weekend.

Before the official confirmation of his move to Camp Nou, it was widely reported that Vidal was nearing a move to Italian side Inter Milan instead, he opted to play in La Liga for Spanish champions Barcelona. "I think I can do that with this team, the best team in the world. Hopefully I can win three".

"He is a player with character, who gives a lot in the centre of the pitch, not only in defence but in attack".

"To arrive at Barcelona is a much bigger step than Bayern", Vidal told reporters.

'I hope to be an addition who can help to win all the titles.

Barcelona's new signing Chilean soccer player Arturo Vidal during his official presentation at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona Spain Monday Aug

Mestre said Barcelona would not disclose the transfer fee at the request of Bayern but they have reportedly paid €25m to acquire the Chile worldwide. Let us know in the comments section below. "We need talented players with a mentality to win titles". "I'm against any rival that will be playing against Barcelona from now on".

Vidal is aiming success in the Champions League with Barcelona this season.

"I hope to win three Champions Leagues in the three years I will be here".

"I'm here to compete for a place among the best", said Vidal, who was accompanied by his son, Alonso, and dressed in black for the presentation.

The 31-year-old former Bayer Leverkusen and Juventus midfielder won the Bundesliga in each of his three seasons with Bavarian giants Bayern but feels Barca is a greater challenge.

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