Barcelona’s Aleix Vidal is open to a move away from the Nou Camp in January, according to reports. The full-back hasn’t got the game-time he wanted after making his big move in 2015, and is said to be considering his future options
However, the club are keen to keep Vidal, with manager Luis Enrique saying that Vidal is “training well and trying to rectify the situation”.
The Spaniard moved to Camp Nou from Sevilla in the summer of 2015, but was not cleared to make his official debut until the start of 2016 due to Barcelona’s transfer ban
The 27-year-old did make 14 appearances in the second half of last season, but he has been left out of Luis Enrique’s last five squads and is reportedly not in the plans of the Barcelona boss.
According to reports in Spain, Barcelona are not actively looking to sell the right-sided player, although Vidal could push for a move at the start of 2017 if he remains out of favour under Enrique.
Last weekend, Enrique insisted that Vidal’s situation ‘could change’ despite his lack of appearances this term.