Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has given the clearest indication yet that he sees his future in Turin.
The Chilean international has been on superb form this term for the Old Lady and has attracted interest from several of Europe's biggest clubs.
Manchester United are known to be keen on Vidal and there have been rumours that the Red Devils are preparing a bid of around £40m for the summer.
Vidal has flirted with other clubs by admitting that he knows they are interested, but now he seems to have closed the door on leaving the Bianconeri.
"Club president Andrea Agnelli has asked me to win the Champions League for Juventus."
Tuttosport insists that Vidal is now committed to Juventus but admits that there is still a question mark over whether the club could turn down a massive offer.
The paper believes that Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich are the most likely suitors for Vidal rather than struggling Manchester United.