Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has agreed a new four-year contract that will secure his long-term future at the Bernabeu, tying the Croatian international to Los Blancos until June 2020, 90min reports.
Modric first arrived at Real from Tottenham in 2012 and the new deal will now see the player extend his stay and remain with the club until just shy of his 35th birthday.
By that time, Modric will have been wearing the iconic all-white of Real for as many as eight seasons. He has already won two Champions League titles during his time in Spain.
The former Dinamo Zagreb star, a veteran of Croatia’s campaigns at two World Cups and three European Championships since 2006, will face the media in Madrid on Wednesday afternoon. It is there he is expected to formally put pen to paper.