Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal is set to become a Barcelona player in the coming days after an agreement was reached between the clubs on Thursday.
The Chilean midfielder has been the subject of many reports over the past two weeks or so.
It looked set that he was to leave the German giants but it was never really 100% as to where he would be going.
Several clubs were touted and Inter Milan certainly looked the most likely over the past week.
Though, Barcelona’s name was thrown into the hat over the past few days as the Camp Nou side looked to add some bite to their midfield.
Before we knew it, the club had already agreed a fee and it now looks as though the deal could be made official in the next 24 hours.
That is because there are a number of reports from several high-profile journalists confirming that there is a total agreement for the player to join Barcelona.
Fabrizio Romano was one of those who tweeted the news, with Gianluca Di Marzio following up.
News then started filtering through from Spanish journalists, with Gerard Romero spilling the details.
He claims that tomorrow the move will be made official but there is still some confusion over what the fee could be.
He says that Barcelona sources claim the fee is around €20million, while German sources claim it is more in the region of €28million.
His contract will also last for three years.
Whatever the rumours, we are likely to find out just how much the transfer is tomorrow.
Contado en #Tudiras @EsportsRAC1
– Arturo Vidal mañana OFICIAL
– El traspaso según fuentes del FCB será de menos de 20M
– Fuentes alemanas nos dicen 28M
– Mañana TODO se confirma
– Contrato de 3 temporadas #mercato pic.twitter.com/FJXEfS00xX
— Gerard Romero (@gerardromero) August 2, 2018
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 2, 2018