Barcelona confirm Aleix Vidal set for €10.5m Sevilla return

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Barcelona have reached agreement with Bayern Munich to sign Chile global midfielder Arturo Vidal, the two European giants announced on Friday.

The Bayern Munich midfielder's move to Barca will be rubberstamped on Monday at the Nou Camp. Sevilla FC will pay FC Barcelona 8.5 million euros, plus 2m in variables.

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Vidal has agreed a three-year contract with the La Liga champions and will now fly to Barcelona to undergo a medical.

Vidal himself said on the Bayern Munich website: "Thanks to Bayern and all the fans".

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Given that he nearly guarantees a title triumph - having won the league with Juventus and then Bayern in each of the last seven seasons - will this be a decision that United and City live to regret?

Vidal played 124 competitive games for Bayern, scoring 22 goals and providing 17 assists.

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"I made a decision to put in three, four, ten times more effort in training so as to become a professional". Vidal is the Barcelona's fourth signing since the end of the last season following the arrival of Brazilian forward Malcolm, Brazilian midfielder Arthur and French defender Clement Lenglet. Having signed Germany global Leon Goretzka, 23, on a free transfer from Schalke, Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said earlier this week that they had too many midfielders.

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