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This page contains detailed information on the profile and career of Arturo Vidal, Juventus midfielder


  • Season Team Category goals
    2013/14 Juventus A 32/11
    2012/13 Juventus A 31/10
    2011/12 Juventus A 33/7
    2010/11 Bayer Leverkusen A 33/10
    2009/10 Bayer Leverkusen A 31/1
    2008/09 Bayer Leverkusen A 29/3
    2007/08 Bayer Leverkusen A 24/1
    2007 Colo Colo A 17/2
    2006 Colo Colo A 13/-
    2005 Colo Colo A 2/-
  • Year of achievement Team National European
    2013/14 Juventus 2/- 12/7
    2012/13 Juventus 5/2 9/3
    2011/12 Juventus 2/- -/-
    2010/11 Bayer Leverkusen -/- 9/2
    2009/10 Bayer Leverkusen -/- -/-
    2008/09 Bayer Leverkusen -/- -/-
    2007/08 Bayer Leverkusen -/- 9/-
    2007 Colo Colo -/- -/-
    2006 Colo Colo -/- -/-
    2005 Colo Colo -/- -/-
  • Competition Season
    Italian Championship 2013/2014
    Italian Super Cup 2013
    Italian Championship 2012/2013
    Italian Super Cup 2012
    Italian Championship 2011/2012    

Arturo Vidal

Arturo Erasmo Vidal Pardo was born in Santiago on 22 May 1987. This particular date has a double significance for the Bianconeri, who clinched a record title win in 1977 and won the Champions League in 1996.

Vidal began his career with Colo Colo, one of the most prestigious teams in his home country. He rose through the ranks to make his professional debut at 19 years of age. The Chilean side won the Apertura Tournament twice and the Clausura competition between 2006 and 2007. Vidal’s performances on both national and international stages (a third-place finish at the 2007 Under-21 World Cup in Canada) attracted the attention of top European clubs.

Bayer Leverkusen were the first to step in, capturing the midfielder’s signature in summer 2007. His final season in the Bundesliga saw him notch 10 goals in 33 games, finishing in second place and qualifying for the Champions League.

Vidal has enjoyed a regular slot in an ever-improving Chilean national side. Despite the South Americans failing to qualify for the World Cups in 2002 and 2006, they returned to the world’s greatest tournament in 2010, passing through the group stages, only to be knocked out by Brazil, who also eliminated them four years later in the last-16.

One of Vidal’s biggest strengths is his versatility. His best position, however, is as a central midfielder – giving him the freedom to help out in defensive situations but also the ability to break forward and put his goalscoring ability to good use.

With three Scudetto titles under his belt and a new contract signed in December 2013, Arturo will now be fully focused on continuing the Bianconeri’s domestic dominance and helping the club make progress in the Champions League.