Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal has not taken long for him to bare his mind about his feelings for Real Madrid.
The ex-Bayern Munich man has always showed his dislike for Los Blancos and that feeling has it’s roots in their past meetings during his time at Bayern Munich.
The Chilean made a move to the Camp Nou this summer for an undisclosed transfer fee and has played only two matches for Barcelona.
He is looking forward to facing Real Madrid, but before that, he has some bitter experiences when Real Madrid knocked Bayern Munich out in the latter stages of the Champions League.
Vidal was critical about the refereeing decisions and said Real Madrid do not deserve to win two Champions League medals.
“With VAR, Bayern would have two more Champions League titles and Madrid two less,” he said via Goal.
Those decisions denied Vidal a first European title, so he is determined to go all the way with Barca this season.
“I want to win everything,” he added. “My favourite title is the Champions League.”
Poor refereeing decision saw Vidal get sent off in the quarter-final second leg of the Champions League in April 2017.
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