Luka Modric Not Ready For Chelsea Move

Tottenham ace Luka Modric is ready to give up his dream of joining Chelsea or Manchester United, and sign a new lucrative £100,000-a-week contract at White Hart Lane. The Croatian was a transfer target for both Premier League giants, but Spurs chief Daniel Levy is reportedly optimistic the midfielder’s ready to commit his future to the club after the taxing summer saga. Modric has five years left on his current…

September 27, 2011
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Tottenham To Open Talks Next Week With Luka Modric

Tottenham will open talks next week over a new contract worth 80,000 pounds-a-week for Luka Modric. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will sit down with the Croatian playmaker’s representatives to discuss a pay rise that would nearly double his current 45,000 pounds weekly salary and make him the club’s top earner. Chelsea made repeated attempts to sign the wantaway midfielder over the summer but Levy stuck to his claim that Modric…

September 23, 2011
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Emmanuel Adebayor Trains With Manchester City’s Youth Team

Want-away striker Emmanuel Adebayor was further humiliated at Eastlands after being forced to train with Manchester City’s youth team. According to reports in the Daily Mail, the ex-Arsenal forward, who has been left out of the Citizen’s tour in North America, had to training with the club’s U-18 side at Carrington on Thursday. He is hoping for a permanent move to Real Madrid after having spent the second half of…

July 22, 2011
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Harry Redknapp: We Don’t Want To Lose Mordic

Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham Hotspur manager, has reiterated that Luka Modric is not for sale after the 25-year-old lodged a formal transfer request following Chelsea’s improved bid of £27m. “We know he wants to leave and whether he writes it down on a piece of paper doesn’t really make any difference to our stance,” Redknapp said. “He’s a great player and we don’t want to lose him.” The playmaker is…

July 14, 2011
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Redknapp: I Would Be Lying If I Said Modric Was Happy

Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp says he would be lying if he claimed Luka Modric was happy after being denied a transfer. Croatia international Modric met with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy on Wednesday and was told the club had no intention of letting him join Chelsea or Manchester United. Tottenham hope their strong stance will ensure prized asset Modric remains in north London, but Redknapp conceded the 25-year-old playmaker was…

July 7, 2011
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