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Modric wants to leave Tottenham

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By Andrew Tuft

Thursday 28 June 2012

Luka Modric will inform Tottenham Hotspur that he wants to leave the club this summer, ESPN has reported, with Real Madrid expected to be the Croatian’s preferred destination.

ESPN adds that reports in Spain suggest Modric’s move to Madrid is at an advanced stage, with the player’s agent, Mario Mamic, having already met with representatives from Real. Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked with a move for the playmaker.

Spurs are expected to demand a fee in the region of £40m for the 26-year-old if he is to move to Madrid, while Modric could make an official transfer request in an attempt to push the switch through.

Modric is thought to want to play Champions League football next season, having played in the competition with Tottenham in 2010-11. But Spurs missed out on a return to the competition last season, finishing fourth but dropping into the Europa League when Chelsea - who ended the campaign in sixth in the Premier League - won the Champions League itself, guaranteeing their entry into the tournament for the coming year.

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By mav on 28 June 2012 at 10:10

Getting rather fed up of you now modric. I know your a world class player but its time you realised the club doesnt revolve around u and your demands. If you want to go, just go. Not worth keeping a player who doesnt want to play for there club. I hope Levy milks RM more than he did against man u buying berbatov.

By Peter4Spurs on 28 June 2012 at 09:39

Yo, hang on - a few days ago we had agreed to sell Bale, look Modric is staying, don't matter if the agent has met the queen of Sheba, he does not control what goes on, he is just another money grabbing bastard!!! The media is full of crap - they don't have any idea what is going on at Spurs, even if Mod's wants to leave, like last year it is all down to Levy and the new manager (and it wont be AVB - he claimed in the press Bale was on his way!! some new manager he would be) .. Spurs will do things in their own time, Levy won't talk to the lav cleaner which is where i think the press get their so called 'stories' and Spurs will make headway in getting into the CL next yr. My prediction's ... Man C, Arshols, Spurs, Man U,Newcastle, Liverpuds, Chelski then the rest ... CL winners will be a shock (last this year) but with wont be Barca or Real M, I think it will be PSG Europa League- who cares, FA Cup Man C, League Cup - Spurs ... and going down West Ham + 2others.





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