The Chile star is flattered by reported interest from los Blancos and says he has not yet renewed his contract with the BianconeriJuventus midfielder Arturo Vidal believes any footballer in the world would be "seduced" by Real Madrid and hinted that he could be interested in moving to the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.
The Chile international finished last season as the Bianconeri's joint-top goalscorer, prompting speculation that Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti could swoop for his services.
And the 26-year-old has admitted he is flattered by reports of their interest and refused to pour cold water on the latest round of transfer speculation.
"I am honoured that a big club [like Real Madrid] is interested. They would seduce every player [into joining them]," he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
Vidal's current deal with Antonio Conte's side expires in the summer of 2016 and Vidal remains open as to what his next move will be.
He said: "I have not yet renewed my contract. My deal is still running, I'll just see what will happen now."
The midfielder arrived in Serie A from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of €12.5 million in 2011, with his price tag now likely to be more than double Juve's original outlay.