The Chilean insists he is determined to enjoy his post-World Cup holiday before thinking about a possible transfer, despite being one of the most coveted midfielders in EuropeArturo Vidal insists he is in no rush to decide his Juventus future despite persistent speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United or Real Madrid this summer.
On Saturday Goal revealed that Louis van Gaal has reignited United's interest in the Chile international, despite Juve's insistence that £45 million and out-of-favour winger Nani would be required to secure his services.
Real Madrid have also been linked with a move for the 27-year-old this summer, but Vidal is adamant he will enjoy his post-World Cup holiday before making any big decisions over a possible transfer.
"It's difficult to speak of other teams when you are already at a top club," Vidal told Chilean newspaper La Cuarta. "I have won the Serie A title three times and I respect my team-mates.
"I have heard about the interest shown by Real Madrid and [Manchester] United in me but there is someone [his agent] who deals with this.
"Have I completed a cycle [at Juve]? I don't feel that way," he said. "Perhaps I will remain at Juventus all my life.
"Once I arrive to Italy I will speak to the coach and see what happens.
"Now the only thing on my mind on is that I have seven or eight days of holiday left and I want to go away from Chile in order to have a good rest."
Earlier this week Antonio Conte resigned after three trophy-laden seasons as Juventus boss, raising further doubts over the futures of Vidal and fellow midfield star Paul Pogba.