"I'm happy for myself, I hope this is my year to win everything with Barca".
While playing for Juventus he won four consecutive Serie A titles, winning the Coppa Italia in his final season and finished as runner-up in the ChampionsLeague in 2015 - losing to Barcelona. Vidal has previously played for Juventus in Italy before he switched to Bayern Munich in Germany and now Spain to play for Barcelona. Vidal affirmed that Barcelona represents a big step up from his time at Bayern Munich and when asked about Real Madrid he said he is a rival to any team that plays against Barcelona. Now that I'm on his team, I hope to be up to his standard.
"I don't have accounts to settle with anybody, just my objective, which is to win the Champions League, not settle scores with Real Madrid", Vidal said at his first official press conference as a Barcelona player on Monday.
Vidal and Barcelona share a common goal: to win the Champions League.
"I'm here to compete for a place among the best", said Vidal, who was accompanied by his son, Alonso, and dressed in black for the presentation.
"I hope to win three Champions Leagues in the three years I will be here".
Vidal also named the players he is most looking forward to working with at the Camp Nou next season. Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets, Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba and Ousmane Dembele had already reported to the team. "He is happy here and wants to win titles".
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