5 players nominated to succeed Luka Modric at Real Madrid

Croatian star Luka Modric is nearing the end of his reign with Real Madrid, a great player who has played a significant role in the Real Madrid domination of the European continent in recent years.

And the unknown hero no less important than Cristiano Ronaldo, who contributed to the writing of history in gold letters with Real Madrid.

Modric has played so far in 333 games with Real Madrid and contributed during his career with them, scoring 22 goals and making 52 others. During his time with them, he was able to win the Champions League title four times, in addition to the Title of The Spanish League and the Copa del Rey; otherwise, he earned during his time in the ranks of Real Madrid the award of the best player in the world for 2018.

At the age of 34, Modric is entering the end of his career, and it is time for Real Madrid to select Modric's successor. Through this report, we review the most prominent candidates to succeed Luka Modric at the Santiago Bernabéu.

Federico Valverde is currently a Real Madrid player.

Federico Valverde is currently a Real Madrid player

Valverde joined Real Madrid's Castilla in 2016 and broke into the first team in 2018.

Although he is not the biggest name on the list, the football levels he has appeared to confirm his willingness to acquire the mantle of Modric,

And with the emergence of his star more and more under the supervision of The French coach Zinedine Zidane and his young age, it may be a deal Real Madrid will not need to contract with any other player.

Christian Eriksen

Christian Eriksen

Although he did not join Inter Milan only a few months ago, his vast experience may make Real Madrid think of reconsidering to contract him, The level of Eriksen improved during his time with Tottenham.

It imposed his name on the European scene as one of the best playmakers in the world.

With the player's overall vision inside the field and his multiple roles in the middle of the area, it would be a suitable substitute for Modric in case Real Madrid wanted to make up for his departure with an experienced player.

Marco Verratti

Marco Verratti

There is no doubt that he is one of the best-talented players in the world at the moment. Still, the spotlight is not always on him, due to the dominance of Paris Saint-Germain in the French league competitions on the one hand and the inadequate media coverage on the other hand compared to the rest of the major leagues such as La Liga or The Premier League.

His failure to reach continental success with The Princes Club in France may prompt him to leave them at any time, and Real Madrid seems the perfect opportunity for the player to reach the glory he aspires to.

Kevin De Bruyne

Kevin De Bruyne

The best midfielder in the Premier League, if not in the world who played a prominent role in Manchester City's dominance of domestic competitions in England in recent years.

With the transfer of his compatriot Eden Hazard to play in the royal ranks since last season and depriving Manchester City of their participation for two seasons coming in the Champions League, the player may look for the opportunity to participate continental. There is no better or more attractive option than representing the most top club in Europe.

Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba and his French compatriot Zinedine Zidane have not hidden their admiration for each other recently. Now with the entry of Pogba's agent (Mino Raiola) on the line, it can be said that the process of his transfer to Real Madrid next summer has begun step by step.

If Pogba gets the right environment and confidence that makes him play comfortably, it will be a deal that will change the way real Madrid play radically.