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Luka Modric breaks silence on Inter Milan move

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At last! Luka Modric has finally broken his silence regarding rumours of a switch to Inter Milan

The Croatia captain has spent the past six years at Real Madrid following his £30m arrival from Tottenham Hotspur in 2012.

Since then, Modric has developed into one of the finest central midfielders around and played a key role in Real’s four Champions League titles over the past five seasons.

And, on the back of winning the Golden Ball award at the 2018 World Cup, there is a great amount of interest from rival clubs for Modric.

Due to Juventus having captured Cristiano Ronaldo for €112m, Inter made it clear that they were intent on signing Modric this summer in order to aid their pursuit of a first Serie A crown since 2010.

Italian newspaper La Gazzetta Dello Sport claimed that Modric had reportedly told FIFA that he instigated the contact with Inter Milan after Real had officially filed a complaint against the Italian side to the football governing body.

But now the 32-year-old has spoken publicly on the matter for the first time.

“This is the most stupid thing in history!!!” wrote Modric in the comments section on Instagram.

The Serie A transfer window shut on Friday last week meaning that there will be no move to Italy for Modric now.

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