Some two months after losing the Champions League final to Barcelona, the next man out the door in Turin appears to be Arturo Vidal.
The Juventus Twitter account on Monday tweeted that Beppe Marotta, the team’s chief executive, confirmed that Vidal had asked to leave the club with a desire to “embark on a different experience.”
That different experience will take him to Bayern Munich, for a fee of more than $43 million, according NBC Sports Pro Soccer Talk.
Vidal’s move to the Bundesliga powerhouse is the latest in a series of big name comings and goings for Juve. Among those departing for other pastures have been Andrea Pirlo, Carlos Tevez and Angelo Ogbonna. Recent signings by the Italian giants include Mario Mandzukic, Sami Khedira and Paulo Dybala.
Bayern Munich has also had its share of significant moves as well. Recently, Bastian Schweinsteiger moved to Manchester United and Douglas Costa moved to Bayern after leaving Shakhtar Donetsk.