Real Madrid target Juventus star as a replacement for Modric


Real Madrid have identified Miralem Pjanic as a top target should Luka Modric move to Inter Milan this summer.

The report claims that Kovacic has met with the club's board, as well as with new manager Julen Lopetegui, to discuss his wishes to leave, but no progress has been made.

In an attempt to ease any nerves in that regard, president Florentino Perez said as much in Miami.

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"We are calm and counting on him, we hope he returns to enjoy Madrid, I have no doubt that he will stay", Vazquez said.

Modric was also the key in Madrid's four time Champions League victory, three-time UEFA Super Cup and identical number of times FIFA Club World Cup victories since he joined the club.

Luka Modric is now 32 years old the Los Blancos are looking for a midfielder who can replace him in their starting line up.

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According to the report, Lopetegui believes the Croatian duo are happy at Real Madrid when asked during a press conference, stating that: "They are both very happy at Real".

"What I told him is ultimately private but what I feel is that he's a player that I love watching and I'm thrilled to have him and ultimately I think he'll be very happy to be on the team".

They are particularly upset that Modric is allowing these games to take place when he had originally told the club from the beginning that there was no chance of him leaving.

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