Arturo Vidal & Stamford Bridge

Arturo Erasmo Vidal Pardo (born 22 May 1987) is a Chilean footballer who plays as defensive midfielder for Juventus and Chile. Stamford Bridge is a football stadium located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London. 5.0/5

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Chelsea have an offer of £42million on the table to tempt Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal to move to Stamford Bridge.…
Champions League last 16: Who can we play? With the group stage of the Champions League now having come to an end, attention turns to the draw for the first knockout round, which is due to take place next Monday at 11am in Nyon. Here, the official Chelsea website takes a look at which teams Jose Mourinho’s side could potentially be drawn against. The rules of the competition stipulate that, at this stage, we cannot be drawn against teams from the same country or any team that was in our group, ruling Arsenal, Manchester City and Schalke out. The Blues topped Group G, ensuring we are guaranteed to play the second leg of the next round at Stamford Bridge. Juventus The Italian side, managed by Massimiliano Allegri, finished three points behind Atletico Madrid in Group A and have won the competition twice previously, most recently in 1996. They are currently three points clear at the top of Serie A having lost just once all season, with familiar players such as Arturo Vidal, Paul Pogba and Carlos Tevez in t ...
Today's Football Titbits Manchester United are preparing a £100m package to bring Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria to Old Trafford, which would cover the Argentina international's £50m transfer fee and wages. Manchester United have reignited their interest in Roma's Dutch midfielder Kevin Strootman with Juventus confident they will hold onto 27-year-old Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal. Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool are on alert after Paris St-Germain's contract talks with their 29-year-old Argentine winger Ezequiel Lavezzi broke down. Senegal striker Demba Ba who left Chelsea to join Besiktas in the summer, insists he only struggled at Stamford Bridge because manager Jose Mourinho picked players on reputation rather than performance.
KATUMBA NEWS # Spanish champions Atletico Madrid are looking to sign Arsenal winger Santi Cazorla, 29, Chelsea striker Fernando Torres, 30, and Manchester United's 26-year-old striker Javier Hernandez.And Mexico international Hernandez admits he is unsure whether he will remain at Old Trafford next season, saying "only God knows" about his future. # Marouane Fellaini, 26, has agreed to join Serie A side Napoli but Manchester United are holding out for £18m on the midfielder they signed for £27.5m in September last year. # Arsenal's bid to sign Sami Khedira, 27, could be back on as Real Madrid want to sell the German World Cup midfielder this summer and Bayern Munich will not buy until next year. # Manchester United have had a £47m bid for Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal, 27, accepted and the Chile international is happy with the personal terms on offer at Old Trafford # Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says Romelu Lukaku, 21, was "not motivated" to fight for his place at Stamford Bridge after the striker ...
Jul 19, 2014 09:51:00 Goal's weekly column examines the impending outgoings at the Santiago Bernabeu and discusses the future of Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal after the exit of Juventus boss Antonio Conte By Peter Staunton | International Football Writer Real Madrid FIRESALE COULD TRANSFORM TOP OF Premier League There is nothing subtle about Real Madrid's transfer campaign this summer. Toni Kroos has arrived to occupy the No.8 shirt vacated by Kaka for a fee of around €20 million (£15.8m) but the European champions will not stop there. James Rodriguez, one of the outstanding players at the World Cup, is reported to be on the verge of a €90m (£71.2m) move to the Santiago Bernabeu after Monaco accepted the Colombia international will leave once his buy-out clause is met. There is still the strong possibility that Radamel Falaco could sign from Monaco along with James, with an agreement said to have been reached in early July for a move. Madrid's doubts over the state of the Colombia forward's knee follo ...
Transfer Talk With Football Sources open Drogba talks Chelsea have opened discussions with Didier Drogba over a return to Stamford Bridge. Jose Mourinho believes the veteran striker's gravitas can have a great effect on his young squad. Source: Daily Mail Monday, July 14, 2014 00:34 2.Barcelona move for Man Utd target Hummels Manchester United face a battle to secure the signing of Borussia Dortmund centre-back Mats Hummels as Barcelona make a move for the Germany international. Luis Enrique has identified Hummels as a key target after Marquinhos talks broke down. Source: Daily Star Sunday, July 13, 2014 18:18 3.Vidal set to sign for Manchester United Manchester United are close to announcing the capture of Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal from Juventus. The Red Devils have reached an agreement over a €40 million deal, with Patrice Evra going the opposite direction. Source: Marca Sunday, July 13, 2014 20:29 4.Juve to move for Paulinho Juventus will immediately move for Tottenham midfielder Paulinho if th ...
Jose Mourinho will wield his Stamford Bridge axe this summer by selling at least FIVE players in an audacious £75million squad restructure. Manchester United target Toni Kroos has admitted his future at Bayern Munich is still up in the air. AC Milan are set to demand Costa Rican star Joel Campbell as a makeweight in any deal with Arsenal for Mario Balotelli. Liverpool are ready to sacrifice Sunderland loan star Fabio Borini to break the deadlock reached in negotiations with Southampton over Adam Lallana. Alexis Sanchez is keen on a move to the Premier League with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United all interested. Laurent Blanc has ruled out a renewed bid from PSG for Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard this summer. Chile star Arturo Vidal has refused to commit his future to Italian giants Juventus after knocking Spain out of the World Cup. Liverpool have been linked with a shock £8m bid for United winger Antonio Valencia.
REPORT 2 08/07/14 RAD The Redman Transfer News : Manchester United have been told that they will have to pay a staggering £60m to Juventus to re-sign their former midfielder Paul Pogba. - Daily Express Everton will face competition from Queens Park Rangers and Stoke City in their bid to sign former Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry on a free transfer. - Daily Star Arsenal are working on a deal to re-sign Mexican forward Carlos Vela from Real Sociedad for just £3.25m this summer. - The Sun New Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has admitted he is a big fan of Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal, and that he has tried to sign him in the past. - Daily Mail Arsenal will be keeping a close eye on Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina at this summer’s World Cup in Brazil. - Daily Mirror Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho could make the surprise move to bring legendary striker Didier Drogba back to Stamford Bridge on a free transfer this summer. - Daily Mirror Arsenal and Manchester have been placed on red a ...
TUESDAY'S TRANSFER GOSSIP COLUMN Chelsea will try to sign £30m-rated Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 27, to replace the departing Frank Lampard. Cesc Fabregas played 305 times for Arsenal Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler has urged Brendan Rodgers to sign Fabregas. Tottenham Hotspur have made enquiries about Feyenoord defender Daryl Janmaat, 24, who is also wanted by Manchester United and Napoli. Gaston Ramirez has become the latest Southampton star tipped to leave the club, with Italian side Torino keen on the 23-year-old midfielder. Atletico Madrid loanee goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 22, has confirmed he has held talks with Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho over his Stamford Bridge future. Stoke chairman Peter Coates expects the club to sign former Manchester United striker Mame Biram Diouf, 26, from German side Hannover. Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham are set to miss out as Real Madrid and Juventus plan a swap deal involving midfielder Arturo Vidal, 27, and striker Alvaro Morata, 21. Napoli will o ...
Chelsea or Juventus? Paul Pogba's future set to be decided after contract offer CHELSEA have suffered a setback in their pursuit of Juventus star Paul Pogba after the Italian outfit insisted they expect the Frenchman to commit to a new deal in the next few weeks. Chelsea are looking light in the middle of the park after losing Frank Lampard on a free transfer, while versatile defender David Luiz is on the brink of joining French champions Paris St-Germain for a whopping £50million. Jose Mourinho is keen to bring a world-class midfielder to Stamford Bridge this summer, and Express Sport revealed last weekend that the Special One wants one of Paul Pogba, Atletico Madrid's Koke or Tottenham's Paulinho to partner Serbian powerhouse Nemanja Matic next season. The former Real Madrid and Inter Milan boss had earmarked Pogba as his preferred choice, with some reports claiming a bid worth up to a staggering £68million was being prepared for the ex-Manchester United starlet. However Serie A toppers Juventus are a ...
- Juventus have decided to hold on to Paul Pogba and sell Arturo Vidal, who is being watched by Barcelona and Real Madrid. The Chilean is said to be valued at €50 million (£40m). (Gazzetto dello Sport) - Chelsea are set to make a £16m bid for Paris Saint-Germain forward Ezequiel Lavezzi, as Jose Mourinho wants to pair him with Diego Costa at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Star) - Arsenal are willing to spend €30 million (£24m) on Benfica striker Rodrigo, but will face competition from Valencia for the Spanish youth international. (Superdeporte) ~AO~
Shaggy hair, Brazilian flair, Geezer, Those words in unison conjure up the image of just one man -- David Luiz. The 27yrs-old has become something of an icon because of his distinctive barnet,his silky touch,&the natural way in which he bonds with fans&teammates alike. The flamboyant Luiz is a hugely popular figure among supporters of Chelsea&Brazil,while his joie de vivre has been a sizable influence in the Stamford Bridge dressing room since his arrival from Benfica in 2011. His status is set to rise further next month when the World Cup takes place in his homeland,&should he replicate his performances from last summer’s Confederations Cup,then he will be assured of a permanent place in the hearts of his countrymen. And yet his imminent departure from Chelsea has been met,for the most part,with complete understanding by the club’s followers -- a complete contrast with the initial reaction to the sale of Juan Mata to Man United in January. The disappointment that greeted the Spaniard’s switch was b ...
In this column I will be looking to analyse our transfer targets, who are linked with a move to Stamford Bridge this summer. The main goal will be to bring world-class striker with killer instinct, left-back to replace Ashley Cole and central midfielder who can, with his creativity provide a key passes and crosses to team-mates... LUKE SHAW - Fantastic 18-year-old left-back is wanted by plenty big clubs, among them is Chelsea, and the crucial could be the fact he's Chelsea fan. In addition, his idol is Ashley Cole. His price is 13 million according to Transfermarkt, however Southampton will probably ask 30 million. This season he played 40 games for Saints, 33 in the league. He's also included in PFA Team of the Year, and would be perfect replacement for Cole. ALBERTO MORENO - 21-year old Sevilla left-back is among the best three-backs in LA Liga. One of the bigest talents in Spain in the moment, and is, alongside Bacca and Rakitic, the most responsible player for winning the Europa League trophy. His ...
Reports from ESPN suggest that Man United officials have remained in London for the past 2 days to conduct negotiations over Mata and a "European-based center-midfielder" believed to be Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal, although the latter is believed to be a signing for the summer. "Sources close to Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge" have told ESPN that United will most likely be signing Juan Mata soon. -Shubhankar
Here's a review of the 2012/13 season! :D Part 1- Mixed Fortunes in Europe & Japan He did a terrific job as interim manager, but if anything, Roberto Di Matteo only made his task harder as permanent manager by winning the Champions League. After their incredible triumph in last season's Champions League, it would've been difficult for the Italian to emulate his success. The only way to do that would be winning several of the eight competitions Chelsea were due to enter. Unfortunately, things didn't go quite as planned. The Blues were drawn into a tough group in the Champions League, with Serie A champions Juventus and Ukrainian giants Shakhtar Donetsk providing quite a test for the reigning champions, while minnows Nordsjaelland from Denmark were making their debut. After leading Juventus 2-0 at Stamford Bridge thanks to a stunning double from Oscar, qualification seemed well within their grasp from the opening game. However, two late goals from Arturo Vidal and Fabio Quagliarella ensured the Antonio Cont ...
Abramovic is hoping that the 43-year-old manager can bring Arturo Vidal with him to Stamford Bridge
Oscar was denied the glory as Juventus recovered from 2-0 down to earn a 2-2 draw against Champions League holders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.. The Brazilian playmaker looked set to enjoy a dream European debut with a stunning first-half double but the Italian champions ruthlessly hit back to expose the holders' defensive deficiencies to *** a deserved draw in an enthralling Group E encounter. Arturo Vidal pulled a goal back before the break and, after Eden Hazard was denied what appeared a penalty, Fabio Quagliarella came off the bench to equalise and was a lick of paint from completing a sensational turnaround. That would have been cruel on Chelsea but - as in their UEFA Super Cup thrashing by Atletico Madrid - they left themselves exposed enough to make such an outcome possible. It was all looking so good after 33 minutes of what Roberto Di Matteo on Tuesday dubbed Mission: "Impossible". His Midas touch in the competition was in evidence again after the shock selection of Oscar, who he admitted the .. ...
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