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    Real Madrid Jersey 2024/25 Home - ijersey

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    Real Madrid Jersey 2023/24 Home - ijersey

    Real Madrid Jersey 2023/24 Home


    Croatia Jersey Kit EURO 2024 Home - ijersey

    Croatia Jersey Kit EURO 2024 Home


    Real Madrid Jersey Kit 2023/24 Home - ijersey

    Real Madrid Jersey Kit 2023/24 Home


    Basic Information

      ♣ Full Name:Luka Modrić

      ♣ Date of Birth: 9 September 1985 (age 36)

      ♣ Place of Birth: Zadar, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia

      ♣ Height: 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)

      ♣ Position: Midfielder

      ♣ Current Team:Real Madrid

      ♣ His Family: Luka Modric's parents are Radojka Dopuđ and Radojka Dopuđ. His father was an aviation mechanic and his mother was a textile worker, and the family was financially below average. Because his parents were refugees from Serbian invaders during the terrible Bosnian War, which undoubtedly took a toll on his family's financial situation. It goes without saying that he spent most of his childhood at his grandparents' house due to his parents' poor financial situation. But sadly, his grandfather was later executed by Serbian rebels. Their home was burned down, and as a result, the family was forced to flee the area. In those turbulent years, bombs always came at irregular intervals. During that time, football was the best haven for young people in the city.

      ♣ His Wife: Luka Modrić dated his girlfriend Vanja Bosnić for 4 years before marrying her in May 2010. The couple have three children: a son named Ivano and two daughters named Ema and Sofia.


    The Story of Luka Modric

    Luca has been fascinated by football since he was a child. Although short and thin for a child his age, he has a talent for playing football. He was questioned and rejected many times, but he was finally signed by the "Dinamo Zagreb" by his efforts, and he finally signed a 10-year contract.

    He was 16 when he was signed by "Dinamo Zagreb" in 2002. However, he is still considered too young to play in a senior club team. Therefore, in 2003 he was loaned to "Zrinjski Mostar" and in 2004 to "Inter Zaprešić". While Luka has only scored 12 goals in 40 games for both teams, which is not a stellar goalscoring record, it was an above-average performance as a midfielder. As such, he made his debut for Dinamo in 2005. 

    In his first regular-season as a "Dinamo" senior, he scored seven goals in 31 games. This is a very good result. In his second season with "Dinamo", he received the "Prva HNL Player of the Year Award". He also led the team to win the 2007 "Croatia Cup".

    In 2008, he was signed by the "English Premier League" team "Tottenham Hotspur". During his 2010-2011 season with "Tottenham Hotspur", he also led the team to their first "Champions League" appearance in the past 50 years, with the team eventually reaching the quarter-finals.

    In 2012, Luka moved to "Real Madrid". His excellent performance earned him a "team of the season" before the end of the 2013-2014 "Champions League".

    Jerseys Recommendation

    Real Madrid Home Jersey 2021/22 By Adidas

    Although they won on the pitch, Plaza de Cibeles was where they celebrated their victory. Such an important place will of course be their inspiration, the graphic design of this Adidas Real Madrid CF 2021-22 home jersey is inspired by Cibeles square and its fountain.

    The Adidas Real Madrid 2021-2022 Home Shirt is predominantly white with an orange logo - officially known as "Lucky Orange". The three stripes sit on the shoulders and are "high-resolution blue." The jersey features a blue crewneck with orange piping and a circular badge on the upper back, also inspired by the theme behind the design. It's blue with an orange border and an orange line around the center.


    Croatia Home Jersey 2020 By Nike

    This Croatia 2020 home jersey features a classic checkers pattern. This time around, the plaid is larger than recent jerseys, appearing on the front and lower back of the Nike Croatia Euro 2020 jersey, while the back is mostly white. If you look closely, you'll see that it has a blue zig-zag strip on the sides of the shirt. "Hrvatska Vatreni" (Croatia Trail Blazers) is printed on the inner collar of the new Croatian jersey.

    “I like the new kits, I think they suit us very well,” says captain Luka Modric. “The home is like a classic shirt, but given a modern update. The checks are the size I remember from when I was younger. The away is new and exciting, something we have not had before.