Real Madrid have reportedly joined Manchester United and Arsenal in the race to sign Arturo Vidal, according to talkSPORT.
The 28-year-old has been instrumental in Juvenus' midfield as he was instrumental in helping them win the league and cup this season. He also played a key role in the Champions League semifnal clash against Real as the Italian side defeated the La Liga giants 3-2 on aggregate.
Vidal has long been linked with a move to United and his consistent form in the centre of the park has seen him attract interest from the Red Devils' league rivals Arsenal. The two clubs are now set to suffer a blow in their ongoing pursuit of the midfielder.
The Spanish capital club will see Sami Khedira leave Real on a free transfer after the German international rejected a chance to sign a new deal. The 10-time European champions sacked Carlo Ancelotti in May.
The former Chelsea manager is likely to be replaced by Rafael Benitez, who has confirmed Napoli exit. The Spanish boss is keen on securing a replacement for Khedira and has set his sights on signing Vidal.
The Chilean international tops Benitez's wish list and is poised to upset United and Arsenal's chances of landing the South American star. Should Vidal reject a chance to move to England, it will be a massive blow, especially to Louis van Gaal's side, which were long chasing the midfielder.
Meanwhile, Juventus take on Barcelona in the Champions League final. The Italian club's striker Alvaro Morata was the former player at Santiago Bernabeu and now wants his side to beat the La Liga winners for both his current employers and Real.
"I'll try to beat Barcelona, because of what it means for Real Madrid fans as well," Morata told Cadena SER.
"But it would not be special because of having scored against Barca, but because of the importance of a Champions League final."
"It's an opportunity to go down in history, and obviously scoring against Barcelona would not be as painful as it was scoring against Madrid," the former Real striker said.