Modric-Inter, it is not over: four reasons pushing the Croatian to San Siro
Silence is golden, especially when it comes to the transfer market. It is very good that you do not talk about Luka Modric and his desired move to Inter. This way, Ausilio and Steven Zhang can work in absolute calmness to find the right solutions for Inter.
In the last few days, however, there have been some events that can shift the balance of this deal:
The rumored of a contract extension from 2020 to 2021 for the Croatian is unconfirmed.
Real Madrid have recently signed a midfielder with similar characteristics in Exequiel Palacios from River Plate. The Spanish club is currently deciding whether to bring him to Spain in January or end of season.
There is a strong air of “demobilization” and “instability” which should lead to many changes at the end of the year.
Collaborators of Florentino Perez have convinced him that Dani Ceballos is someone that is capable of doing at least parts of Modric’s responsibilities.
Now it is up to Ausilio (who will soon have a concrete support of Beppe Marotta) to find the right arguments to convince Real Madrid to let go of its number 10. The player is getting up there in age and wants to play for Inter.