Chile coach concerned about Medel
The midfielder was arrested early Saturday after allegedly threatening to kill a person at the entrance of a supermarket in the Chilean capital.
The Sevilla player was released late on Saturday after agreeing to the restriction order which prevents him from being within 200 meters near the complainant for a year.
This is the second incident Medel has been involved in in less than 15 days after he and Chilean teammate Eduardo Vargas were filmed by a TV crew leaving a nightclub in the early hours of the morning while in camp with the national team.
"There are different versions of the story but he (Medel) was involved and that is not good,” Borghi told DNA Radio in Chile.
“We tried to see if we could help with something and we have gone beyond what we can do.
“This is a difficult situation because he is a talented player who should be more successful than he is, but such incidents are affecting his career.”
Earlier this week Sevilla president Jose Mario del Nido said one Italian club and an English club had shown some interest in Medel.