The Chile international has caught the attention of several Italian sides and his current team are ready to cash in on him, although a domestic move has been ruled out
Bayer Leverkusen's sporting director Rudi Voller has confessed that the club are ready to part company with star midfielder Arturo Vidal this summer if a sufficient offer is received for the player.
The Chile international has been linked with clubs such as AC Milan, Inter and Juventus in the past couple of months, with his contract set to expire in 12 months time.
"We are willing to listen to offers higher than a certain amount. His good performances at the Copa America only further increase his transfer value," Voller was quoted as saying by Express.
Leverkusen have already turned down a €10 million offer from Milan for the 24-year-old as they appear to be holding out for a fee in the region of €15m.
Nevertheless, Voller has stated that Vidal will not move to another Bundesliga side, regardless of the price, thus effectively ruling Bayern Munich out of the race for his services.
He added: "He will definitely not move to another German club. We are the ones who are in charge of the negotiations."
Vidal recently revealed that he'd be open to a move to Juventus, but will not make a final decision until after the Copa America.