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Spalleti not confident about Modric

Spalleti not confident about Modric

Football News: The Inter Milan manager believes that the Croatian International Joining inter Milan would be great for Serie A but he believes that this season as well he will remain at Madrid.

Spalleti losing his hopes on modric.

This season Modric’s future at Madrid is a subject of speculations he has been heavily linked with the Italian club Inter Milan.

However some reports suggests that the 32 year old who lift three champions league titles with Madrid on succession can sign a new deal with the Spanish giants.

Last night after their match against Atletico Madrid in International Champions cup the Italian supremo accolades about the Inter Milan Hierarchy who is trying to bring him the Golden Ball winner in their ranks.

Spalleti believes that this season Modric will remains at Madrid and also he voiced that he is happy with his squad and this season after a long Inter Milan made it to the Champions league so they are preparing for that.

The Inter Boss said: "The fact that he has interest in us is a great sign for our project,"

"It's not easy to get these type of players. He may not come but our directors still did a great job, so let's see.

"I don't think he will come, because Real Madrid still want to count on him. We're a strong side. If Modric were to join us, we'd be very strong."

Samrat Dutta

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