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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arturo Vidal insists he left Chile squad for 'personal problems'

Following a trophy-laden few years, Bayern Munich remain thirsty for more success this term as they seek to win Bundesliga, DFB Pokal and UEFA Champions League honours.
Chile and Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has reached a deal with prosecutors and will avoid trial after he crashed his Ferrari while driving under the influence of alcohol.

Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal denied rumours out of Chile on Wednesday his departure from the national team for Saturday's friendly against Paraguay was down to indiscipline and insisted that he was returning to Germany because of personal problems.

"I am leaving due to personal problems but I will be back for the [CONMEBOL] qualifier," Vidal told reporters who were camped out in front of his house in Santiago.

Vidal implored reporters "to not make things up" after an avalanche of reports in Chile...

Charles Aranguiz tears Achilles tendon ahead of Bayer Leverkusen debut

Charles Aranguiz is set to miss a significant part of the Bundesliga season.

New Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Charles Aranguiz has torn his Achilles tendon and faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines.

Chile international Aranguiz, 26, joined Leverkusen from Internacional on Aug. 13 in a deal reported to be worth €12 million plus add-ons.

Having been an unused substitute in the club's first two games this season, Aranguiz was expected to make his debut against Hannover on Saturday but he now faces several months on the sidelines after suffering an injury in training...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli rejects Mexico offer, reports say

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti debates whether or not Marcelo Bielsa will become the manager of Mexico following his resignation as manager of Marseille.
ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe reports that Marcelo Bielsa is the front-runner to take over Mexico following the dismissal of Miguel Herrera.

Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli rejected an offer to coach the Mexico national team but is considering an offer to coach Ligue 1 side Marseille, according to reports.

Sampaoli, va his agent, Greg Taylor, formally rejected the Mexico offer on Tuesday, following a two-hour meeting with Chile Football Federation chief Sergio Jadue, according to Chilean daily El Mercurio.

"The coach has the right to talk to whomever he wishes in his spare time," Jadue told reporters after his meeting with Sampaoli.

Jadue...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chile federation chief doubts Jorge Sampaoli-to-Mexico reports

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti debates whether or not Marcelo Bielsa will become the manager of Mexico following his resignation as manager of Marseille.
ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe reports that Marcelo Bielsa is the front-runner to take over Mexico following the dismissal of Miguel Herrera.
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Alejandro Moreno discuss the recent dismissal of Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera, and what that means for the national team.

Chile Football Federation president Sergio Jadue on Tuesday denied reports out of Mexico that current Chile national team coach Jorge Sampaoli will be taking over at the helm of Mexico's national team.

Jadue dismissed reports that Sampaoli was in conversations with Mexico Football Federation officials to replace dethroned El Tri coach Miguel Herrera. 

"No one has called me from Mexico except reporters, so I can't say much about the subject except to say that there is nothing to it," 

Chile defender Gonzalo Jara vows not to repeat finger 'mistake'

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol claims that he would not fire Chile and FSV Mainz 05's Gonzalo Jara for his controversial prod on Uruguay's Edinson Cavani.

Chilean defender Gonzalo Jara has admitted his incident with Edinson Cavani during the Copa America was a mistake and vowed it will not happen again.

Jara, 29, was handed a two-match ban by South America's governing body following the Copa America quarterfinal against Uruguay.

The defender came up behind Uruguay attacker Cavani and pushed his finger against his opponent's backside. Cavani reacted, raised his hands towards Jara's head, only to see the Chilean collapse to the pitch. Cavani was sent...