Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal appears to be thinking about his future. The Chile international, in an interview with Televisió de Catalunya, has spoken about his current situation at the club.
"I would like to (play) all the time, but I have to be objective and experience the day-to-day," he told TV3. "If in December, or at the end of the season, I don't feel important here, I will have to look for a solution and amplify my horizons to be important."
Vidal was also self-critical when it came to the team's performances this season, explaining that "we have to improve our performances and also our fitness if we want to win the Champions League."
The former Bayern Munich and Juventus man also said that he's happy at Camp Nou because he feels the affection from the supporters and the members.
Vidal has a contract with the cub until 2021 after signing a three-year deal when he joined in 2018. He scored the winning goal last weekend as Barça beat Leganes 2-1, his fourth goal of the campaign.