The former Inter Milan star has reportedly been training on his own since his return from holiday - the midfielder had an extended break due to his participation at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.
It seems that the ball is now in Real Madrid's court.
They are particularly upset that Modric is allowing these games to take place when he had originally told the club from the beginning that there was no chance of him leaving.
Upon his arrival in the Spanish capital the 32 year-old will meet with club president Perez and is expected to confirm his desire to leave Los Blancos, thus opening the door for Inter to initiate talks with the European champions and pursue a deal to bring Modric to Italy.
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It is also reported by the Spanish newspaper that the agreement would see Modric spent two years in China with Jiangsu Suning - who share the same owners as Inter - to see him paid €60m (£53.5m) in total over the next six years of his career.
"I think the president said it, I don't think there's much more to add", Lopetegui said.
Luka Modric has had an extraordinary summer.
He will be happy playing football at Real Madrid. "We've enjoyed having him and we'll continue to do so".
TMW says Inter and Modric's camp have settled on a three-year contract for the Croatia worldwide.