Luka Modric could follow Cristiano Ronaldo to Italy this summer, reports claim

Kristopher Nichols
August 4, 2018

Modric's status has shifted and largely thanks to his exploits in Russian Federation this summer, as well as what he did in white last season, so that he is considered one of the very best in the world and as such was named the best player at the World Cup.

It is reported that Vlado Lemic and Guiseppe Riso - the agents who oversaw Sime Vrsaljko's switch from Madrid to Milan - are now in contact with the player, acting as intermediaries between him and I Nerazzurri.

The Serie A giants are keen to get a deal done but financing it may be a problem.

Ever since his arrival in 2012 and winning the subsequent end of season award for worst transfer of the year, Luka Modric has been the picture of consistency and perfection for Real Madrid.

Inter Milan have reportedly made contact with Luka Modric's agents over a potential move from Real Madrid, according to Sky Sport's Italia.

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"The only way Modric can leave is if someone pays 750m", he told Spanish publication Marca.

From these same sources, it seems that Modric is willing to entertain the idea of a move to Italy, with a desire for one last big contract deal cited as his reasoning for wanting the move.

Modric, who is considered by many to be one of the best midfielders in the world, was named the Player of the Tournament in Russian Federation last month, and it seems unlikely that Real will let him go after losing Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus. The 32-year-old has been the stalwart in Real Madrid's line-up amid the revolving door of players and managers coming in and going out and has won the hearts of the world with his performance for Croatia in the 2018 World Cup.

Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal had been strongly linked, but the Chile global is now close to joining Barcelona instead. Unsurprisingly, the Nerazzurri are said to have reacted enthusiastically to the possibility of securing the Croatia captain's services - but are aware that, even if the player himself is looking to leave Real after six years at the Bernabéu, making such a deal happen will be far from straightforward. They will join up with their teammates later next week, when Julen Lopetegui and his squad return from their International Champions Cup in the U.S.

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