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Luka Modric (September 9, 1985) was born in Zadar, Croatia, a city marked by the Croatian War of Independence that complicated his childhood. However, Luka took refuge in football until he became one of the best players in the world and a Real Madrid legend, a club he arrived at in 2012 from English Tottenham. The often Balkan midfielder, who grew up in clubs such as Zrinjski Mostar, NK Inter Zaprešić and Dinamo Zagreb, has already accumulated 9 seasons and more than 650 games with the white club, with which he has won 1 King’s Cup, 2 Leagues, 3 Super Cups of Spain, 3 European Super Cups, 4 Champions League and 4 Club World Cups. In addition, he has won such prestigious awards as the Ballon d’Or and The Best Award, both in 2018 when he was proclaimed runner-up in the World Cup with Croatia.