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Mateo Kovacic will succeed Luka Modric at Real Madrid - Darijo Srna

Craig Burley says there's no way Karim Benzema would want to go to Arsenal.

Former Croatia captain Darijo Srna says that the "incredibly talented" Mateo Kovacic will succeed his Real Madrid teammate Luka Modric as the "best midfielder in the world."

Kovacic, 22, has been a squad player at Madrid since joining from Inter Milan for €30 million in summer 2015 -- but has filled in regularly this season and impressed when scoring his first La Liga goal in a recent 3-0 La Liga win at home to Real Sociedad.

Speaking to Marca from Shakhtar Donetsk's winter camp at La...

Real Madrid's Luka Modric: Croatia Player of Year award 'special'

Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric says it is "special" to have been named Croatian Footballer of the Year for a fifth time.

After playing a key role as Madrid won the 2016 Champions League, European Supercup and Club World Cup trophies, Modric edged out compatriots Ivan Rakitic, of Barcelona, and Mario Mandzukic, of Juventus, to take the trophy, which is decided by Croatian newspaper Vecernji List.

 By PA Sport

Croatia defeat prompts Micheal O'Neill to rethink Northern Ireland fixtures

Northern Ireland were no match for Croatia on Tuesday.

Michael O'Neill witnessed Northern Ireland suffer their first home loss in three years and admitted he may reconsider arranging friendlies after competitive games in the future.

A depleted Croatia team, missing the likes of Luka Modric, Ivan Rakitic and Dejan Lovren, ran out 3-0 winners at Windsor Park, where the hosts were last defeated by Portugal in 2013.

It rounded off a memorable calendar year in disappointing fashion, though will certainly not overshadow the memories of Euro 2016 and the record...

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Croatia boss Ante Cacic vows to call up Lovren for qualifiers

Dejan Lovren hasn't played for Croatia since before the summer.

Croatia manager Ante Cacic insists he has buried the hatchet with Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren and fully expects him to be involved in future World Cup qualifiers.

The Croats arrived in Belfast over the weekend without a raft of senior players, including Lovren, who asked not to be called up for either Tuesday's friendly with Northern Ireland or last Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Iceland for personal reasons.

Lovren has endured a rocky relationship with Cacic, his former boss at Inter...