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Tremendous conflict in Real Madrid: for this reason Zinedine Zidane says goodbye to Luka Modric

There is a creative midfielder who is astonishing everyone, his name is Jack Grealish and plays in the Premier League.

Zinedine Zidane / Luka Modric
Zinedine Zidane / Luka Modric

The Real Madrid coach is currently experiencing great problems, as he not only has to deal with the stability of the team, but also with the uncertainty of the club's historical player contracts that are coming to an end. Like captain Sergio Ramos, or the 35-year-old midfielder Luka Modric, who is very close to say goodbye to Real Madrid, despite his good performance with the team in this 20-21 season.

Modric could stay for 6 more months in Madrid, however we have to be positive, his time is coming to an end and the team has to think about the future of the team, so Zidane already has his replacement in mind, he is a player from the Premier League. Few players in European football really are at the level to take Modric's place. However, in the Premier, particularly at Aston Villa, there is a creative midfielder who is astonishing everyone, he is Jack Grealish.

The footballer who is already valued as a genius with the ball, finally found the best version of him, this would have resulted in Zidane recommendation to the Real Madrid in order to make the generational change in the center of the field. It should be noted that Grealish is one of the greatest generators of dangerous chances in all of European football, as he not only makes himself present with assists, but also in the creation of high-quality plays.

His price is around 50 million euros and Aston Villa, seeing his future ascendant, decided to renew him until 2025. There is too much pressure on the part of Zidane to get Modric's replacement, as it is known that there are several interested parties in the Premier League such as Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea. All teams are willing to drop the millions for Grealish.

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