After three impressive seasons at Dinamo Zagreb, winning three consecutive league titles and being named 2007 Prva HNL player of the year, Tottenham Hotspur snapped up the midfielder for a club-record £16.5 million.
Modric made 127 appearances and scored 13 goals for Spurs between 2008-2012. During this time, he led the club to their first Champions League appearance in almost 50 years.
The Croatian caught the eye of Spanish giants and in 2012, Luka made the move Real Madrid.
Luka's impact was immediate, playing a pivotal role in helping the team win La Decima shortly after joining the club.
Luka has currently won 17 trophies with Madrid, including five Champions League trophies, two La Liga titles, one Copa del Rey and three Club World Cup titles.
In 2018, Modrić became the first Croatian player to win the UEFA Men's Player of the Year Award, The Best FIFA Men's Player and the Ballon d'Or.
As captain of the Croatian national team, Modric led his country to the 2018 World Cup final and win the Golden Ball award. He is now the country's most capped player in history.