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110 Years of Excellence!

Luka Modric came to Real Madrid from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2012. Modric is known to teammates as an intelligent, versatile, hard-working player who inspires is teammates to up their performance. He impresses fans with his ability to play brilliantly with both feet and dazzle as a playmaker.

Celebrate Real Madrid's 110 years of success.

Embossed design surrounds the embroidered Real Madrid badge. There is an badge celebrating Real Madrid's 110 years of success on the sleeve.

This white V-neck jersey has two-tone ribbed cuffs and collar design. There is an embroidered adidas logo and screened sponsor design on the front.

100% polyester with ClimaCool moisture control and mesh ventilation. Imported


Celebra los 110 años de éxito del Real Madrid y apoya a Luka Modric con esta camiseta de local de los Merengues. Un diseño repujado rodea el escudo bordado del club. Escudo en la manga que conmemora el aniversario del Real Madrid. Esta camiseta blanca con

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