- Real Madrid star Luka Modric is on the radar of Serie A giants Inter Milan again
- The Los Blancos want Neymar or Kylian Mbappe before allowing him to leave
- Inter failed to land Modric after the summer World Cup in Russia despite a verbal agreement
Spanish giants Real Madrid are ready to allow Croatia star midfielder, Lukas Modric leave for Italian side Inter Milan, but that will be possible after sealing a deal for Neymar or his Paris Saint-Germain teammate Kylian Mbappe..
According to a UK Sun report citing .Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport, Inter verbally struck a deal with the 33-year-old midfielder, but failed to sort out terms with the Los Blancos.
At the moment the San Siro dwellers Inter are considering another bid for Modric in the forthcoming winter transfer window in January.
Real Madrid insist on Neymar or Mbappe deal selling Modric to Inter
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However, Los Blancos president Florentino Perez will not sanction a move away from the Bernabeu for Modric unless he seals a deal for Brazilian star or the French World Cup superstar in order to console the club's fans after Ronaldo's exit in the summer.
The Los Blancos issued a public statement after the summer World Cup in Russia to deny their plans to seal a move for the PSG superstars, but are now considering a move to sign one of them in the coming transfer window in January.
Interestingly, French World Cup winner Mbappe is still hitting the headlines after his exploits at the Mundial and has scored 14 times in 11 games for PSG so far.
On the other hand, Selecao star Neymar, who failed to come to the party at Russia, has netted 13 times in 11 games.
Currently, the Los Blancos are struggling for goals after Cristiano Ronaldo's sudden exit and Perez is eager to beef up the squad.
At the last count, since the Portuguese star moved to Juventus, the Los Blancos have suffered three defeats in their last four matches, scoring no goals , to enter the records books as the Galaticos longest goal drought since 1985.
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Under pressure manager Julen Lopetegui will praying the Los Blancos get back to winning ways against Levante at Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale is ready to battle any opposition to remain at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium next summer.
According to a UK Sun report citing Daily Star, the 29-year-old former Tottenham star will not be leaving the Los Blancos, despite being repeatedly linked with Manchester United and Chelsea.
The Welsman Bale, who has claimed the UEFA Champions League four times since joining from the English topflight, is happy at Madrid and has no plans returning to the Premier League soon.
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