Arturo Vidal has been fined £700,000 after he was involved in a Munich bar brawl in September 2017.
Chile’s midfielder was part of a fracas which saw a fight break out in a German bar and a bottle of vodka was smashed over the head of a victim.
Vidal has since moved to Barcelona and was not present when the verdict was delivered. He faced a possible 10 years in prison, but instead was given a €800,000 fine.
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The assault happened after Bayern had defeated Mainz 4-0 at home, when Vidal decided to celebrate the win at an Oktoberfest event.
Vidal’s father-in-law, Carlos, was fined £31,000 and his younger brother, Sandrino Vidal, was fined £15,286.
The Chilean international has since moved to Barcelona, and has played for his new club nine times this season, scoring no goals.