Modric put clubs on high alert after rejecting huge Real Madrid deal

Modric put clubs on high alert after rejecting huge Real Madrid deal

- Luka Modric, who is under contract at the Bernabéu until 2020, has rejected new Real Madrid offer

- Inter Milan has reportedly offered a two year deal for him worth £9million per year

- The 33-year-old scored his first goal of the season in Real Madrid's 4-1 win against Al Ain in Club World Cup final

Current Ballon d’Or holder Luka Modric could be on his way out of Real Madrid next year following reports the Croatian has rejected a bumper new contract with the club.

The Sun quoting Telemadrid reports that the 33-year-old turned down Los Blancos offer of a new deal as he wants to leave the club.

Modric was linked with a move to Inter Milan in the summer after leading Croatia to the final of Russia 2018 World Cup but Real Madrid refused to let him go.

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It is believed that Inter Milan are likely going to try again to sign him next year following report the midfielder wants a new challenge.

The Croatian had a successful 2018 as he won Champions League, World Cup golden ball, UEFA/FIFA best male player, Ballon’d’Or award and just recently FIFA club World Cup.

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Inter Milan are reportedly now ready to offer him a two-year deal worth £9million per year.

On Wednesday, December 26, Inter's sporting director Piero Ausilio told Sky Sports Italia: "I did not think it was possible to sign Modric, but why not dream?

"I only told who proposed it to me that we were there, that if what they told us was true, they had to talk to Madrid and let us know.

"Honestly, we did not feel ready for a negotiation because we knew our possibilities. Try again? In football today you can never say never."

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Modric scored his first goal of the season in Real Madrid's 4-1 win against Al Ain in Club World Cup final.

The Croatian was recently named Balkan Athlete of the Year just days after winning the Croatian Player of the Year accolade.

The 33-year-old becomes the second footballer to win the prize after former Bulgarian star Hristo Stoichkov won it 1994.

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