Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has ruled out a move to Inter Milan by claiming he wants to retire with the Spanish giants. The 33-year-old midfielder was linked with Inter over the summer, with many expecting him to join fellow Croatian Sime Vrsaljko to the San Siro.
Vrsaljko left Atletico Madrid in the summer but Modric decided to stay in the Spanish capital.
While he has endured a disappointing start to the season with Real Madrid, Modric won the Ballon D’or on Monday night.
When asked about his future, Modric insists he wants to retire at the Santiago Bernabeu.
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He told reporters: “I have two years left and hopefully one more [on my Madrid contract]. “The club show me a lot of affection and I’d like to retire at Real Madrid. My family enjoy it and I want to keep enjoying this huge club.”