Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal has had four homes in Italy repossessed after failing to pay his due debts, report Diario AS.
The €18,489 debt was accumulated over the central midfielder’s four-year spell at Juventus between 2011 and 2015, with the properties in Moncalieri, close to Turin.
A large part of the debt was accumulated debt while there is a separate payment of €12,058 in liquidity costs which are part of the same process.
Vidal was reportedly given a final warning over the debt on Christmas Eve but, with no action taken, the properties were then repossessed and will now be put up for auction.
The Chilean international left Juve for Bayern Munich in 2015 and spent three years in Germany before a move to the Camp Nou this summer.