Luka Modric was an Inter target last summer, as the Nerazzurri attempt to lure the Croatian midfielder to the San Siro ended unsuccessfully.
But next summer, it could be another story, as it seems that the Real Madrid management is not interested in renewing the contract of the former Tottenham player.
The Los Blancos aim to continue replacing mega transfers with young promising players. Modric's contract with the club expires in June 2020 and the Croat has an annual salary of 8 million euros net.
Modric is loved in Madrid, but Real are reluctant to renew his contract and even less with the numbers requested by the agents of the player. Awarded with The Best 2018 of FIFA and a possible finalist of the Ballon d'Or, the midfielder wants to sign a super contract already offered by Inter last summer.
The Nerazzurri offered Modric a 4-year contract worth 10 million euros per season. In addition, if not renewed, they offered Luka the option to retire at Jiangsu Suning, whose owner is the same as Inter's. At that time, Real Madrid stopped the move, but this summer could be different and Modric could indeed be on his way to Italy, like Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus in the last transfer window.