In addition, reports guarantee supervisor Frank Lampard needs more, explicitly a left-back and another midfielder.
With respect to midfield augmentations, reports recommend Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz is Chelsea's top objective. The 21-year-old as of late completed another heavenly battle with 17 goals and nine helps.
Be that as it may, as indicated by Fox Sports columnist Christian Martin, Vidal is the player Lampard ought to target.
"I'd love to see Arturo Vidal at Chelsea. I don't have that data [but] he's acceptable, I like him," the columnist told Red Gol.
"At Chelsea, Arturo it would be a perfect fit, ideally it will occur. His football would fit in well, we'll converse with [Vidal's agent] Fernando Felicevich later, it would be acceptable."
Vidal has contributed with eight goals and three helps for Barcelona this season, having joined from Bayern Munich two years back.
Also, Martin included that, from his conversations with the player, a Premier League move has consistently been in the pipeline for the Chilean.
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