Arturo Vidal has stressed he is happy to stay at Juventus if a move to Manchester United does not materialise this summer.
New United manager Louis van Gaal is a keen admirer of the Chile international and the Premier League outfit have long been expected to make a move for the versatile midfielder ahead of the new season.
Vidal admitted earlier this week that he would be open to a move to Old Trafford, yet he has now made it clear that he will not attempt to force through a transfer should negotiations fail to bear fruit.
"I am already at a great team like Juventus. That's why it will not be a problem if the option of Manchester United falls through," Vidal told Chilevision.
"I am not thinking about where to go next. I just want to enjoy my holiday here in Chile with the people I love. We will see what happens when I get back to Italy."
Vidal, 27, has a contract with Juventus until the summer of 2017 and the Serie A champions are determined to secure a significant sum for the player.
The Turin giants have told United they will have to pay €56 million - and include Nani in a player-plus-cash deal - if they want to sign the Chilean.