FC Barcelona and Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal were charged with a fine of 800,000-euros by a Munich court after being involved in an assault at a German nightclub. Also Read - Bayern Munich Coach Hansi Flick Bemoans Lack of Fans at 'Special' Borussia Dortmund Clash
According to AFP, the district court of Munich charged the footballer based on 80 days of wages. Vidal’s brother also has been fined over the incident that took place at the Crown’s club in September 2017, when the midfielder was a Bayern Munich player. Also Read - Relentless Bayern Munich Stay on Top With 5-2 Win Over Frankfurt
The 31-year-old star was on international duty and could not be in Munich when the hearing took place; In the match, Chile defeated Mexico by a goal to nil. Also Read - Jurgen Klopp Likes Lionel Messi a Little More Than 'Perfect Player' Cristiano Ronaldo
Vidal and his brother were charged because they attacked another man at the nightclub and the act was recorded on camera, due to which they were both found guilty.
The former Juventus and Bayern Munich midfielder is currently struggling to find his name in the starting eleven following his poor form.