All out war between Luka Modric and Real Madrid over transfer rumours

All out war between Luka Modric and Real Madrid over transfer rumours

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

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

Real Madrid close out their ICC campaign against Roma on Tuesday before facing local rivals Atletico in the UEFA Super Cup on August 15. Inter even made a bid for the midfielder.

Kovacic has struggled to secure a regular first-team place at Madrid since joining from Inter Milan in 2015, and has been told he can leave the Bernabeu this summer.

Real Madrid manager Julen Lopetegui has attempted to end speculation linking Luka Modric with a move to Inter, insisting the Blancos will welcome him back with open arms.

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How could Real Madrid line up next season after the transfer window?

They are particularly upset that Modric is allowing these games to take place when he had originally told the club from the beginning that there was no chance of him leaving.

It is also reported by the Spanish newspaper that the agreement would see Modric spent two years in China with Jiangsu Suning - who share the same owners as Inter - to see him paid €60m (£53.5m) in total over the next six years of his career.

Florentino Perez has already addressed rumours of his departure, and named a massive price for any potential suitors.

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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