Real Madrid veteran midfielder, Luka Modric is reportedly open to move back to the premier league as contract talks with Madrid have stalled. The Croatian is allegedly targeted by Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.
Modric's contract is set to expire next summer and negotiations for new terms are far from reaching an agreement. La Liga giants risk losing Modric who joined the Los Blancos from Tottenham for free if the situation doesn't change. The 36-year-old is allegedly tempted by the prospect of returning to the Premier League, with the view to then moving on to City’s MLS franchise club New York City.
Modric has been a key figure in a Real Madrid's squad that won three back to back champions league titles under Zidane partnering with Toni Kroos and Casemeiro. He is the latest long serving player ready to move from the Spanish capital after left back Marcelo also revealed that he will be moving after this campaign.
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