Inter Milan strike personal terms with Real Madrid midfielder Modric

Inter Milan strike personal terms with Real Madrid midfielder Modric

After a dream tournament, it was expected that the former Tottenham player would return to Real Madrid's midfield.

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

Inter Milan have struck personal terms with Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric. It's there he will have a meeting with Florentino Perez to discuss his future, although the president won't sell for less than the €750m stated in his buyout clause.

Inter want to take Modric on-loan for a year with the option to buy.

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.

It appears as if everything is doom and gloom at Real Madrid this summer. "We've been able to enjoy watching him play and we will continue to enjoy watching him".

Lopetegui was asked if he had talked to Modric after his extraordinary World Cup, as the Croatian star led his country to the final where they ultimately fell to France.

"I told him he was a player I'm passionate about, I love him and he knows it".

According to 'El Mundo', Real Madrid are extremely angry with both the player and his agents, Vlado Lemic and Predrag Mijatovic.

Now, Spanish newspaper Marca report that Chelsea are set to complete a shock deal, as Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic is nearing a season-long loan move to Stamford Bridge.

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