Real Madrid’s living legend Luka Modric wants to stay even if he goes down as a substitute.
On the 11th (Korean time), reporter ‘Thomas Gonzalez’, who 스포츠토토 is active in ‘El Devate’ in Spain and reports Real Madrid, said, “Modric wants to stay at Real. Unlike Toni Kroos and Karim Benzema, he accepted to become a member of the bench. He “I respect Real Madrid and will do anything to renew my contract.”
Modric remains a living legend at Real Madrid. Modric, who has been active at Real since 2012, boasts the best class in terms of technical movement, passing ability, and coordination of matches. In 2018, he was recognized as the best player in the world, preventing Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi from winning the Ballon d’Or. Modric, who has turned 37 years old, is still showing off his strong skills.
He was also named the World’s Best Midfielder by the 2022 International Football Federation (FIFA). Modric helped Real win the La Liga last season, the European Football Federation (UFEA) Champions League (UCL), and played a big role in raising Croatia to the final 3rd place at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Modric, in his late 30s, is extending his contract with Real by one year. His current contract expires in June 2023, with just three months left. Since he is very loyal to the team and still boasts superior skills than younger players, it seemed that there would be no problem in renewing his contract.
In the midst of this, Real made an offer ahead of this contract. Real hopes that Modric will not play an A-match for the Croatian national team. This is to prepare you for injuries and physical problems you may experience as you get older.
Modric’s contract with Real Madrid comes first. Even if he is reduced to a bench member, unlike Kroos and Benzema, who are currently likely to be pushed out as candidates, he intends to remain in the team and help. The Croatia A match issue has yet to be resolved, but since Modric is dreaming of retiring at Real Madrid, it is likely that he will be in talks enough to renew his contract.