Transfer: Chelsea finally sign Real Madrid midfielder

Marcus Newton
August 7, 2018

Il Giornale are reporting that Florentina Perez is happy to let one of his star players leave the Bernabeu this summer in something of a shock story.

Modric's contributions were recognised with the prestigious Golden Ball award, crowning him the best player at the tournament in Russian Federation.

"I talked to him after his excellent World Cup and we'll see if he can play on August 15 [vs Atletico Madrid in the European Super Cup]".

The midfielder appeared at Real Madrid's facilities this morning and was prepared to tell the club that he will not be training in order to force through a move.

They have not made any contact with Juve or submitted any bid they have just identified him, as a target.

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Madrid are keen to sign the Belgium global, who has failed to return for pre-season training at Chelsea amid the speculation surrounding his future.

According to sources close to the player, Modric wants to leave Real Madrid, but is willing to listen to what the club has to offer him.

The Croatian wants to speak with the club and new coach Julen Lopetegui when the squad returns from their US tour.

The deal, which is not yet finalised, is said to please all three parties as the 24-year-old is guaranteed regular game time, Chelsea will have another option for their midfield and Real do not permanently lose out on a player they still rate highly.

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