VIDEO: Vidal saves Chile with late penalty, Juventus boss on exit talk

The future of Arturo Vidal is the subject of intense debate and has drawn comment from Juventus boss Max Allegri after the midfielder netted for Chile.

Manchester United are constantly being linked to Arturo Vidal, but the Juventus midfielder has also been tipped to join Real Madrid, possibly in a swap deal with Sami Khedira.

Vidal has been avoiding the media as best he can while on international duty after pictures surfaced of the 27-year-old involved in a brawl at 5am in Turin, which many believe led to him only being used as a substitute against Roma.

And Vidal did his talking on the pitch by scoring a last-gasp penalty to secure Chile a 2-2 draw with Bolivia.

Meanwhile Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has claimed that Vidal's late-night exploits weren't anything to worry about.

"How is Vidal training? He was left out against Roma because with Andrea Pirlo coming in we needed a more tactical player," Allegri told the Corriere della Sera.

"His nights out? Every now and again young people do stupid things. They have to understand that these days everyone can take photos at any time.

"But in terms of how hard he works in training, there's nothing different to the other players. There's no issue with Vidal."

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