Real Madrid president Florentino protests? Modric camp spotted in Milan

Real Madrid president Florentino protests? Modric camp spotted in Milan

But, should Inter hope to sign Modric, they will have to play €750m according to Real Madrid president Perez.

Luka Modric could also be set to depart the Bernabeu, with reports in Italy claiming the Croatian midfielder, the victor of the Golden Ball at this summer's World Cup, could move to Inter Milan.

They have completed a loan deal for Modric's worldwide teammate Sime Vrsaljko from Atletico Madrid. The Croatian is now on holiday in Sardinia and will supposedly approach President Florentino Perez in the coming days about his future at the club.

Real Madrid signed Modric back in 2012 for a fee in the region of £30m.

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The midfielder will turn 33 in September and this could be his last big move before he hangs up his boots and that might give Real a reason to cash in so they can make a profit.

Real are unsurprisingly not considering letting him go following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo - but Modric may force their hand.

The same report also stated that, following his performances at the World Cup and in past seasons with Madrid, Perez recognizes Modric as one of the best players in the world. The Croatian renewed his contract in November 2016, a deal which will see him stay at the club until 2020 and, most importantly, sets his release clause at €750 million. 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.

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