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Real Will Only Sell Superstar For €750m

Real Madrid Will Only Sell Superstar For €750m

By Kurt Buckerfield - Aug 03, 2018 02:21 PM @KurtLaduma

Spanish giants Real Madrid have insisted they will only sell a certain superstar of theirs, who has been linked with a shock exit, at a price of €750 million (R11.7 billion).

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Midfielder Luka Modric has reportedly been targeted by Inter Milan – the club his Croatia teammates Sime Vrsaljko, Marcelo Brozovic and Ivan Perisic currently play for – in this transfer window.

Many believed that Real would be more willing to sell Modric than Mateo Kovacic, who is eight years younger than his Los Blancos colleague, but the Spanish club has now made it clear the former is not for sale.

President Florentino Perez recently spoke about Modric's situation in Spain, and insisted the club would only let him go for €750 million.

"Modric is not leaving Real Madrid," he said, according to AS.  

"He is not leaving unless someone pays the €750 million of his release clause, and not a euro less."

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Since joining Real in 2012, Modric has scored 13 goals and assisted a further 40 strikes in 257 matches, and won one LaLiga title and four UEFA Champions League trophies along the way.

Do you think Modric is irreplaceable at Real? Let us know in the comments section below. 


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Don4khosi Joined: 18 Feb 2011
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Don4khosi Aug 03, 2018 10:35 PM
He is really good
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Babewami Joined: 09 Dec 2016
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Babewami Aug 03, 2018 04:10 PM
Most overated, selfish, talented middlefielder I have ever seen only assisted 13 goals in 257 games yerrrrr
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kekanejan Aug 03, 2018 02:48 PM
Wtf!!! That amount can buy Hazard, Messi & Neymar combined R11bn ?

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