AC Milan could reportedly meet with Luka Modric when he returns from a tour of the United States in order to discuss a possible deal.
It is no secret that Paolo Maldini, Ricky Massara and the rest of the Rossoneri leadership are looking to add a top quality midfield signing this summer.
The Rossoneri’s Chief Football Officer, Zvonomir Boban, is believed to be the source of the interest in signing his compatriot Modric.
Gianluca Di Marzio claimed on Wednesday night that Milan would have to table a three-year contract worth €10m per season to even have a chance.
Now, Sky Sport have followed up that report by claiming that a meeting could take place between Milan and Modric after Real Madrid’s US tour to see if his wages would be compatible.
Boban is deemed a ‘key figure’ as he has a great relationship with the player, who is also a boyhood Milan fan.
The will of Modric in this situation is expected to be the decisive factor.