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Tottenham tell Man Utd to up their Modric offer


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By Andrew Tuft

Saturday 09 June 2012

Tottenham Hotspur will not consider selling Luka Modric to Manchester United for less than £35m, to the Daily Mail has reported, after it had been suggested Sir Alex Ferguson was hoping to land the Croatia international for substantially less.



The newspaper adds that United hoped to sign Modric for closer to £25m but that idea has been given short shrift by Spurs’ chairman Daniel Levy, who a year ago stood firm in the face of interest in the player from Chelsea, who the Daily Telegraph reported at the time were willing to pay up to £40m for the playmaker.


Modric will reportedly consider his next step once Croatia’s involvement in Euro 2012 is at an end. Slaven Bilic’s side are in Group C, along with the Republic of Ireland, captained by Modric’s former Tottenham teammate Robbie Keane, Italy and World and European champions Spain. Croatia kick-off their tournament against Ireland on Sunday.


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By john kargbo on 28 June 2012 at 00:47


please fagie am beging you to pls sign modric pls for god sake pls.


By peter vickers on 11 June 2012 at 08:25


spurs beware fergie doesnt do another berbatov on them with modric and before we know he is ehisked away to ol trafford. no sir keep him in chains if need be and then gladly get rid off for no less than 40mi.


By amf00769 on 10 June 2012 at 17:59


Who at Spurs has told Manu to up their offer? What offer? The Daily Mail spouts out some real crap to sell their rag!


By Anonymous on 10 June 2012 at 05:16


45 mil and you can have him mancs. That's what u gotta pay. mod thinks the grass is greener up north but he don't know what they put on the grass to make it seem greener. Ask berba or carrick. Only Teddy worked out for them and they got him cheap.


By Interesting on 09 June 2012 at 23:48


If you owned an appreciating asset, would you sell it for £25m or £35m six months after being offered £40m? NO! No on can force Spurs to sell. Not the player or an opposing club.


By Catcher on 09 June 2012 at 16:26


Rooney + £20 million for Modric


By Nabeel Abba on 09 June 2012 at 14:22


Man united rily needs Modric.So,Sir Alex du d ryt ting.


By sarafadeen on 09 June 2012 at 13:34


pls send me any latest news about manutd


By sybrian on 09 June 2012 at 13:24


so what did Levy say?


By NICHOLAS on 09 June 2012 at 12:46


MODRIC+KAGAWA+ROONEY MORE FIRE.


By petet on 09 June 2012 at 12:24


Rooney + 10m for Modric


By Ross on 09 June 2012 at 11:27


Rubbish.


 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

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