The Chilean star is reportedly a key target for United boss Louis van Gaal this summer, while rivals City are also known to want him.
But, despite the on-going speculation over his future, Vidal has come out to express his desire to stay put in Italy.
Vidal's Juve take on Arsenal's Champions League conquerors Monaco tonight as the competition's first quarter-finals get underway.
The Turin giants are also a whopping 12 points clear of Lazio at the top of Serie A.
With plenty of silverware up for grabs for Vidal this season and things looking bright at Juventus, the 27-year-old sees no reason to leave.
Vidal told Gazzetta dello Sport: "I feel good at Juve and I don't feel the necessity to move to other realities.
"In Turin me and my family we feel good."