Inter Miami president David Beckham has reportedly engaged in discussions with Luka Modric regarding a potential transfer either during the upcoming January window or at the conclusion of the current season, as per reports from Cadena SER.
Modric, aged 38, has grown increasingly frustrated with his recent lack of playing time at Real Madrid.
He has not featured in the team’s last two matches, notably being substituted during their defeat to Atletico Madrid.
This unfamiliar situation marks the first time the Croatian international has missed consecutive matches in a Real Madrid jersey since 2012.
Furthermore, 14 other players have seen more action on the pitch than him this season.
During the summer, Modric received multiple offers from Saudi Arabia, but the prospect of a move to Major League Soccer (MLS), potentially partnering with Lionel Messi, seems more feasible.
Predrag Mijatović, a figure closely connected to Modric, has revealed that the Croatian midfielder has also received several offers from American clubs.
Interestingly, Messi has expressed an interest in reuniting with his former La Liga rival in the MLS.