Real Madrid is prepared to offer free role to former world best player to decide his future at the end of the season at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid directors will allow Luka Modric to decide his future at the Santiago Bernabeu at the end of the season.
Modric’s contract will expire in 2021 but he can decide his future at the end of the seasoned he may be allowed to move on if he desires it that way.
Inter Milan was interested in the services of the midfield maestro two seasons ago but Real Madrid refused to give in to the Series A club’s demand as they held on to the Croatian star who went on to win the European best player and the World best player.
Modric at the moment is still has offered from Inter Miami in the USA, MLS side D.C. United, while ESPN says Inter Miami and Atlanta United are two others clubs to have made an approach, but these have not advanced.
Modric, 34, has been seriously linked away from Real Madrid and with the season coming to an end the Santiago Bernabeu outfit is bracing up for a possible exit for the former Tottenham star and Martin Odegaard has been tipped to step into his boot at the Santiago Bernabeu, though he currently plays for Real Sociedad on loan from Real Madrid.