Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal has had four properties seized in Italy after failing to pay his due debts.
The 31-year-old Chile international was reportedly given a final warning over the debt on Christmas Eve but, with no action taken, the properties were then repossessed and will now be put up for auction.
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According to Marca has access to documentation to the case, which shows Vidal had four buildings in the Torinese town of Moncalieri, close to Turin repossessed after he owed €18,849 on them.
They explain the initial amount of the debt was €17,045, but court costs were added and a final warning was sent shortly before the end of last year, which he evidently ignored.
Vidal left Serie A Champions Juventus for Bayern Munich in 2015 after winning our Scudetti and reaching a Champions League and spent three years in Bundesliga before a move to the Camp Nou this summer.