Giacarta!!! Siamo pronti!!!!! pic.twitter.com/tgHCXvr9nT— Arturo Vidal (@kingarturo23) August 4, 2014
Arturo Vidal is a long way from Manchester United, halfway around the world in fact.
The Chilean international jetted out on the Juventus pre-season tour on Sunday night, and touched down in Jakarta, Indonesia on Monday afternoon.
He posted a photo on his Twitter page with his Juventus teammates at the team hotel, looking anything but unsettled, and very happy - unlike a miserable looking Carlos Tevez in the background.
Vidal posted the message: "Jakarta, we are ready!!!!", showing he is ready to throw himself fully into the tour for the Italian champions where he has spent the past three seasons.
If the midfielder did anything otherwise, it would not make him the committed star that he is, a leader off the field as well as on it.
Juventus are reportedly open to selling him for a huge fee, and have left the door open if Vidal wants to force a move, but it appears there is little chance of the player doing so.
Instead the onus is on United to push for him and pay up, but there is unlikely to be any progress for a fortnight's time now until Juventus return from Asia.
Should United move onto Vidal alternatives now? If so, who?