Arturo Vidal has officially completed his move to Inter from Barcelona.
The Chilean has signed a two-year deal with Antonio Conte‘s men to return to Serie A – a league which he won four times with Juventus.
Barcelona could make a potential one million euros from the deal in variables.
The midfielder leaves the Camp Nou after two years in which he played 96 matches, scored 11 goals and won one LaLiga Santander title and one Supercopa de Espana.
Ronald Koeman was willing to let the 33-year-old leave Barcelona this summer as part of his squad redevelopment plans.
Vidal was never guaranteed a starting place at the Catalan club, whether under Ernesto Valverde or Quique Setien.
However, both coaches appreciated his work ethic and what he brought to the team and dressing room.
Now, Vidal re-joins forces with Conte, with whom he won four Scudetti at Juventus earlier in his career.