Real Madrid will denounce Inter for negotiating a contract with Luka Modric when they had not been approached formally, say Cadena Ser.
The Croatia international looks set to stay at the European champions for the forthcoming season despite the best attempts of the Italian club to land him.
The Milanese giants are thought to have offered Modric a six-year contract, which would see him play with them for four years, before spending two at their Chinese sister club Jiangsu Suning.
Various reporters say his deal at Madrid is said to have ‘a gentleman’s agreement’ with president Florentino Perez although there is no indication the club will honour this, if it is indeed true.
Cadena Ser the relationship between the two clubs was previously strong but this episode has ‘reversed’ such good-feeling.
Modric featured for Madrid’s European Super Cup clash with Atletico on Wednesday and the transfer window for Italian clubs closes at the end of the week.