Six reasons why Luka Modric may leave Real Madrid

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first_imgLuka Modric’s future has been growing more doubtful as the days go by with Inter Milan having publicly announced their intentions to sign him, so why would he leave Real Madrid?After leading Croatia to their first ever World Cup final this summer, Modric finally made his return to training at Valdebebas on Wednesday following an extended break from the club in order to properly recover from his exploits at Russia.But the 2018 Golden Ball winner has been the centre of a massive transfer story that ties him with a shocking move to Inter with the club’s manager Luciano Spalletti having confirmed that they are indeed trying to sign Modric this summer.The 32-year-old, who reportedly held talks with Florentino Perez on Wednesday over his future, has remained silent on a move to Inter.But after losing Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus last month, Real do not want to lose another star player and are willing to even offer him a new lucrative contract.So why would Modric leave the 13-time European champions?Well, AS have listed six reasons why the Croatian playmaker may be willing to join Ronaldo at the Serie A for the upcoming season.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Lucrative offer: Inter are offering €10m a year compared to Modric’s current annual wage of €6.5m.China: Modric has a four-year contract offer on the table and can even go to Chinese side Jiangsu to finish off his playing career in another lucrative deal.Age: Modric will be 33 in September and this summer may well represent his final opportunity to get one last big contract.Titles: Modric has won everything in Spain and may fancy a new challenge in collecting major silverware in Italy.Ronaldo and Zidane’s exits: The exit of the iconic duo represents the end of a glorious era at Madrid and may convince Modric that the time has come to leave himself.Italy: Having already impressed in England and Spain, the 32-year-old may be tempted to leave his mark in Italy before he finishes his playing career in a bid to become an all-time great.last_img

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