Brazil faces Croatia on Friday in search of a place in the final of the World Cup in Qatar. If the Croatians lose the match, midfielder Luka Modric already has a certain destination to go before returning to his club. It is a villa in Dubrovnik, in the south of Croatia, valued at R$70 million.
The house, of two anadres, has six rooms. If the player needs to train, he does not need to move outside the property, there is a well-equipped gym there. Outside, a large garden and several terraces, each with a different view.
When it comes to leisure, Modric can enjoy the jacuzzi in the outdoor area or have a wine straight from the house’s cellar. In addition, there is an external kitchen, suitable for gatherings.
The interior bears typical features of Croatian real estate. The decor mixes modern and classic items. The kitchen, for example, has a marble countertop with an island that unfolds underneath the hob. The living room has a fireplace for the colder days. The ideal destination to rest after a World Cup.