Inter Milan make contact with Luka Modrics agents over Real Madrid departure

Italian Report Names Real Madrid’s Luka Modric As ‘Mister X

Italian Report Names Real Madrid’s Luka Modric As ‘Mister X

The Italian daily says that recent reports suggesting Luka Modric could join Serie A club Inter Milan are more than just rumours; indeed, the player himself is agitating for a switch to the San Siro, the publication alleges.

If a deal doesn't materialise for Modric, Madrid will feel obligated to offer the midfielder an improved contract.

Those snapped included Giuseppe Riso, Pedja Mijatovic and Modric's prime agent, Vlado Lemic all in front of a local hotel.

Modric has since been their driving force in midfield, winning 14 trophies with Los Blancos, including four Champions League titles - three of which came in consecutive years between 2016 and 2018.

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The thought of Real losing both Ronaldo and Modric in the same summer is rather scary, and it would be hard to imagine them sanctioning a move away for the midfielder in the current window.

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Real Madrid signed Modric back in 2012 for a fee in the region of £30m.

Move unlikely for several reasons.


The sources within the club have been assured that Modric won't be departing the club and, contrary to the papers reporting that Modric is interested in a move to Italy, is quite happy in the Spanish capital and is aiming to return to first team football for the European Super Cup against Atletico Madrid.

The player won't come cheap either as his value has risen since the World Cup.

The other big issue facing Inter Milan is Modric's current deal.

"The only possibility that Modric leaves is by paying €750m", president Florentino Perez is quoted as saying.

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