With Ramos’ departure approaching, Real Madrid are trying to save Modric

Real Madrid is trying to extend the contract of Luka Modric, the team’s player, for an additional season, as his contract expires in the summer of 2021, that is, after 8 months.

Modric joined Real Madrid in 2013 and became one of the main pillars of the team during the last period.

Luca won the Ballon d’Or and the best player in the world in 2018 after leading Real Madrid to winning the European Champions League and reaching the World Cup final with Croatia.

The Spanish newspaper “Mundo Deportivo” said that Real Madrid wanted to keep Modric in the team, but only for one season ending in the summer of 2022.

And she indicated that despite the player’s recent statements about his desire to retire from the ranks of the royal club and stay for a longer period, the club’s policy will not make him get a contract for a period longer than one season.

Press reports indicated that Sergio Ramos may leave Real Madrid at the end of the current season, His contract expires in the summer of 2021 and the Royal Club has not contacted him for an extension.

Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are waiting for the player’s position to sign him for free next June.

It is worth noting that Modric was close to leaving the ranks of Inter, but the player preferred to stay with Real Madrid.

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