Real Madrid star Luka Modric has revealed his dream plan for retirement but won’t be deciding anything before the World Cup ends
In an effort to lead his nation to a second World Cup final after reaching it in 2018, Modric has led Croatia back to the semifinals for a second time in a row.
After agreeing to a new 12-month contract last summer, the 37-year-Real old’s contract expires at the end of the current campaign. Although he won his fifth Champions League championship in May and started all but one of Los Blancos’ games in the previous season’s competition, he still plays a crucial role for the team.
Prior to Croatia’s matchup with Argentina in the semifinals, Modric told reporters, “What happens next, let’s see, there’s enough time to talk about everything.”
He has stated numerous times that he intends to retire in Madrid. We can’t state anything with absolute certainty, but that’s his idea and dream.
Modric moved from Tottenham to Real Madrid in 2012. In 2003, he was already a rising star at Dinamo Zagreb, and in 2006, he made his debut for Croatia at the World Cup. He will compete in his fourth World Cup and seventh major international competition at the 2022 championships in Qatar.