Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal has insisted that he wants to stay at Inter Milan beyond this summer.
The Chile international's contract runs to June 2022, although there is an option to extend for another year and while he has been one of the players being linked with a move from the Italian capital, Vidal said he had met the new coach and was looking forward to the new season with Inter.
"I met the new coach and have been talking with him for three days. I think he's a good coach who talks well and helps the team feel good. I also spoke to my teammates and they're very happy, working well, and ready to have a great season in Serie A and the Champions League.
“I can't wait to get back on the pitch, as last season was not too good for me, I lost the last few months of the campaign due to injuries. This season I want to be at 100 percent and show the whole world who Arturo Vidal is.
“I spoke to the club, we have a good rapport. They have a great deal of faith in me and I feel the same way about them. We need to see the Vidal that everyone knows, targeting a Scudetto and going all the way in the Champions League," Vidal told Inter Tv.
Vidal is said to be part of the Inter players who were not happy with the club's decision to part ways with Antonio Conte.