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Luka MODRIC
Real Madrid CF (SPA)
 
Full name Luka Modric
Date of Birth September 9, 1985
Birthplace Zadar, SFR Yugoslavia
Height 173 m
Position Central midfielder (or attacking midfielder / defensive midfielder)
Foot Right
Nationality Croatian
Club Real Madrid CF (SPA)
Nation Croatia
Int. debut Age 20 (March 1, 2006 - vs. Argentina)
World Cups 12 matches (2018: 7 / 2014: 3 / 2006: 2)
SEASON CLUB
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LVL
APP
GLS
2018-19 Real Madrid 
-
1
?
?
2017-18 Real Madrid 
-
1
26
1
2016-17 Real Madrid 
-
1
25
1
2015-16 Real Madrid 
-
1
32
2
2014-15 Real Madrid
-
1
16
1
2013-14 Real Madrid 
-
1
34
1
2012-13 Real Madrid
-
1
33
3
2011-12 Tottenham 
-
1
36
4
2010-11 Tottenham
-
1
32
3
2009-10 Tottenham
-
1
25
3
2008-09 Tottenham
-
1
34
3
2007-08 Dinamo Zagreb
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1
25
13
2006-07 Dinamo Zagreb
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1
30
6
2005-06 Dinamo Zagreb 
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1
32
8
2004-05 Dinamo Zagreb
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1
6
0
- Inter Zapresic (L)
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1
18
4
2003-04 Zrinjski (L)
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1
22
8
- Dinamo Zagreb 
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1
0
0
 
CAREER TRANSFERS
Date From - To Fee €m
08.2012
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30.0
07.2008
Dinamo Zagreb
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21.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TFR PLAYERS
Teams represented (central column) +
TFR Players Rankings (right column)
2018-19 Real Madrid
?
2017-18 Real Madrid
21
2016-17 Real Madrid
46
2015-16 Real Madrid
49
2014-15 Real Madrid
135
2013-14 Real Madrid
47
2012-13 Real Madrid
63
2011-12 Tottenham
80
2010-11 Tottenham
81
2009-10 Tottenham
-
2008-09 Tottenham
150
2007-08 Dinamo Zagreb
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OTHER TFR RANKINGS
2018-19 ?
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2017-18 None
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2016-17 None
-
2015-16 None
-
2014-15 None
-
2013-14 None
-
2012-13 None
-
2011-12 None
-
2010-11 None
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2009-10 None
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2008-09 None
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2007-08 None
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DID YOU KNOW ?

During the Croatian War of Independence, Luka Modric and his family lived in the village of Modrici near Zadar but they were forced to flee the area when he was 6 years old.

His father, Stipe, was in the Croatian army, and he lost his grandfather in the fighting while his family were refugees, living in a hotel on the island of Iž near Zadar.

After a season with Dinamo Zagreb's youth side, he was loaned out in 2003 to Zrinjski Mostar in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During this spell, he established his versatile style of play and became the Bosnian and Herzegowinian League Player of the Year while still only 18 years old.