Bayern Munich maestro Arturo Vidal will most likely not be leaving the club this summer but he does want a big-money move away from the Allianz in the near future if reports are to be believed.
The 30-year-old, whose current Bayern Munich deal will expire in the summer of 2019, has scored 16 times in 88 appearances since arriving at the Allianz Arena from Juventus in the summer of 2015.
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According to Sport 1, despite his presence as a key player for the German giants, Vidal is seeking a final pay-day, and the Chile international wants to sample the riches of the Chinese Super League at the end of next season.
Former Bayer Leverkusen and Juventus man Vidal is keen for a massive pay day which will see him set once he retires.
Clubs in the top tier of Chinese football have made it clear that are more than willing to splash out monumental transfer fees and big pay packets to attract the best players.
The likes of Mikel Obi, Ezequiel Lavezzi, Carlos Tevez, Obafemi Martins, Axel Witsel, Oscar, Hulk, Ramires and Odion Ighalo are just some of the smorgasbord of high-profile players to have been lured by the Chinese Super League.