Dinamo Zagreb take out full-page ad to lure Luka Modrić back to club

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Dinamo Zagreb take out full-page ad to lure Luka Modrić back to club
Photo: @lukamodric10

Dinamo Zagreb have publicly expressed interest in bringing Luka Modrić back to the club by taking out a full-page advert in a Spanish newspaper.

There's speculation about Modrić's future as his contract with Real Madrid ends in June 2024.

The 38-year-old is expected to leave the Spanish capital this summer after playing a much-reduced role in the Madrid first team this season, thanks to competition from youngsters Aurélien Tchouaméni, Eduardo Camavinga, Fede Valverde and Jude Bellingham.

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And Modrić's former team Dinamo are going to extreme lengths to persuade the 38-year-old to rejoin the club if he decides to leave the Bernabéu this summer.
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Dinamo paid for a full-page advert in the Saturday edition of Spanish publication Marca in an attempt to lure Modrić back to the club where he started his career.

Dinamo Zagreb take out full-page ad to lure Luka Modrić back to club
Photo: @ZonaDinamo

The ad featured an image of Dinamo's home shirt with Modrić's name and number 10 printed onto the back, with the hashtag "It Makes All The Sense In The world" and the signature of the club's president Velimir Zajec.

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They also made reference to this on a post on X, the social network formerly known as Twitter, as they stepped up their efforts to sign the Croatian legend.

Modrić began his professional career at Dinamo in 2003. The midfielder made 97 appearances for the club, winning three-straight league titles between 2006 and 2008, whilst also lifting the Croatian cup on two occasions.

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He left the Croatian giants in order to join Tottenham Hotspur for £16.5 million in 2008 and spent four seasons in North London before joining Madrid for £30 million in 2012.

Since then, Modrić has lifted five Champions Leagues and three La Liga titles, with 24 trophies won in total.

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