Inter Milan strike personal terms with Real Madrid midfielder Modric

Sherman Parsons
August 7, 2018

The Croatian has struggled to break into the Real Madrid side since he joined from Inter Milan, but has impressed on the few occasions that he has played.

Kieran Trippier's stunning World Cup for England has put Europe's elite on alert.

Luka Modric, the Golden Ball victor at the World Cup, is the only player yet to return to training after the World Cup.

The midfielder appeared at Real Madrid's facilities this morning and was prepared to tell the club that he will not be training in order to force through a move. Inter even made a bid for the midfielder.

Real Madrid have already endured an interesting summer with Cristiano Ronaldo leaving the club for Juventus and on the face of it, it would surely be a surprise if they let another one of their key players go before the window closes.

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Luka Modric is set to meet Real Madrid President Florentino Perez next week to discuss his future and the things will become more clear once Modric's future is decided.

The deal, which is not yet finalised, is said to please all three parties as the 24-year-old is guaranteed regular game time, Chelsea will have another option for their midfield and Real do not permanently lose out on a player they still rate highly.

If Modric does want to leave, it would take quite an offer for him to do so.

Modric's star rose to new heights this summer in Russian Federation as he helped lead Croatia to the tournament final, where they ultimately fell 4-2 to France.

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