translated from Spanish: Arturo Vidal unstoppable: “I want to win the Champions League and next year go for the treble”

The national midfielder Arturo Vidal unveiled his screenings with the Barcelona shirt, ensuring that he wants to win the present Champions League and next season go for the treble with the culé draw. The ‘King’ gave an interview to the Spanish half Mundo Deportivo, where he stated that in his mind is the wanting to respect the year of contract that remains with the Blaugrana, as well as to win it all.” It’s been a two spectacular years personally. I met a very nice group, spectacular players, an incredible hobby, a support that have made me feel at home and I hope it ends with something very good in the Champions League,” he said.” I have one year of contract left and with everything that has happened, at this moment I feel important, I am very fond of the team, I have very good friends and I hope to finish my contract. I want to win the Champions League if God wants and next year I’ll go for the treble,” he added. In addition, the 33-year-old became aware that the Champions League appears as a great option to leave behind the sinsabor of having lost the Spanish league, at the hands of Real Madrid.” We all know what happened, the opportunity we missed to lift the league, so now we’re all clear that the Champions League can’t let it go. The heart will leave it because our goal is very clear: to be Champions Champions champions. I see myself lifting the Champions League,” he said. Asked, meanwhile, by the possibility of facing Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals, his former team, the Colo Colo team said that “I do not want to move forward so fast, I want to expect this match. Like Barcelona we have a duty to win this Champions League because we have it all: team and players, but first you have to have a lot of respect for Napoli. If we get things right, we can beat anyone.” Arturo Vidal will not be part of Saturday’s rematch with Napoli at the Camp Nou for the champions’ eighth round, being sent off in the first leg, specifically at 1-1 in San Paolo last February.

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