Kranjcar plans Tottenham Summer exit

Tottenham’s Croatian midfielder Niko Kranjcar has revealed that he wants to leave the club in the Summer, in search of first team football.

Kranjcar has struggled to establish himslef in the Spurs starting line-up this year, losing his place in the side behind Luka Modric and Rafael van der Vaart, and at the age of 26, the former Portsmouth man thinks it is now time to move on.

Speaking to The Sun, Kranjcar said: “I will be trying to find a football club where I can play regularly, like any footballer would. It depends who wants me, if anyone wants me.

“I’m ambitious, I want to play football. Especially in my best years. If I was a young lad, obviously I would wait for my chance, especially being in a big club like Spurs.

“But, obviously, 27, 28, 29 years is, I think, the best footballing years. Everyone knows I can play at the highest level, week in week out.”

Kranjcar has made 33 league appearances for Tottenham since signing in the Summer of 2009, scoring eight goals, but has made only two starts this term in the Premier League, scoring twice.

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