While Modric cost Real Madrid $40 M, what they’d pay to replace the Croatian

The Whites would be preparing a top signing to replace the veteran midfielder

By Mario Perez

Real Madrid would pay the double they did for Modric to replace the Croatian.
Real Madrid would pay the double they did for Modric to replace the Croatian.
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The football fans could be watching the last few months of the career of the Croatian 38-year-old midfielder Luka Modric as a Real Madrid player, given that he has seen his role in the squad changed in the last few months.

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In this sense, it would be especially symptomatic that he didn’t have any minute on the pitch in the last Real Madrid clash in the Champions League against RB Leipzig in the first leg of the Round of 16, which proves that he wouldn’t have a main role anymore in the Whites’ midfield.

Following his lack of minutes under Carlo Ancelotti’s management, the player would have decided to exit from the team at the end of the season, and according to the Spanish media reports, Real Madrid would agree with this possibility as the president Florentino Perez would be reluctant to offer him a contract extension at the end of the season.

Regarding the likely exit of the Croatian veteran player as a free agent in the summer, Real Madrid would have already prepared a two-player wish list with main options to replace the Croatian, and they would pay much more than the $40 M paid to Tottenham for him in 2012.

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How much would Real Madrid pay to replace Modric?

The two players identified by the Whites would be the German 20-year-old midfielder Florian Wirtz from Bayer Leverkusen and Inter Milan’s Italian playmaker Nicolo Barella, greatly admired by Carlo Ancelotti, who would be happy to give him a place in Real Madrid. Following these reports, both players could be valued at $80 M, an amount that would double the amount paid for Modric in 2012.

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