Arturo Vidal: Bayern Munich transfer imminent

    (CNN)Play in a Champions League final, crash your car while under the influence of alcohol, win the Copa America and sign for Bayern Munich -- welcome to Arturo Vidal's world.

    The 28-year-old is set to leave Juventus after winning four league titles in four years and is expected to move to Germany for a reported fee of $40 million.
    Vidal, one of the outstanding midfielders in the game, is expected to sign a deal worth $140,000 a week for the next four years.
      Karl Heinz Rummenigge, Bayern's chief executive officer, told reporters following the club on its tour of China, that he expected Vidal to seal his move imminently.
      "I can confirm that we have with both parties, Juventus and the player, reached an agreement," he told reporters.
      "What is missing is the medical and the signature of the contract. If everything goes according to plan, he can start training next week."
      The signing of Vidal is yet another statement of intent by Pep Guardiola, the Bayern head coach, who is aiming to win the Bundesliga title for the third year in succession and strengthen the German club's Champions League challenge next season.
      No midfielder scored more goals than Vidal's 28 in Serie A over the past three seasons while he also won more tackles than any other player in the Champions League in last year's competition.
      Bayern moved for Vidal after selling Bastian Schweinsteiger, a club icon, to Manchester United after 17 years at the club.
      Vidal has had a frenetic few months since helping Juventus reach the Champions League final where it was beaten 3-1 by Barcelona.
      Last month he admitted to driving while under the influence of alcohol after crashing his Ferrari.
      Both he and his wife suffered minor injuries in the crash on June 16 but he was allowed to retain his place in the Chile side despite huge condemnation from supporters and media.
      Vidal reached a deal with prosecutors earlier this month where he agreed to pay compensation to the other driver involved in the crash and donate sports equipment.
      He was banned from driving for two years and was ordered to give motivational speeches to prisoners.
      Vidal also apologized for insulting a police officer.
      After the accident, Vidal helped Chile win the Copa America for the first time in its history by defeating Argentina on penalties.