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CONFIRMED: Redknapp – “Modric Will Stay” After Levy Talks

Daniel Levy has reiterated his stance on Luka Modric after the chairman contacted Chelsea to put an end to the speculation.

According to Harry Redknapp, Daniel Levy has reiterated his stance on Luka Modric after the pair met last night and insists the player will not be sold to Chelsea.

Modric has been linked with a mega money move to Chelsea all summer, with the Croatian offered a bumper pay package that would see the playmaker treble his wages.

However, despite the speculation that Chelsea would submit a third offer thought to be around £30million, Harry Redknapp confirmed Levy met with Modric last night and told him he would not be sold this summer. There is every chance the Croatian will be in the line-up to face Man City this weekend and Redknapp also praised the attitude of his playmaker:

“He’ll (Modric) be playing on Sunday for sure,” said Redknapp.

“I think there was a meeting. Daniel just said the same thing, he’s not for sale.

“It’s been difficult for him but we want him to stay and he will stay. He should be fit for Sunday.

“He could have kicked up and been a problem and if he had done it would have been difficult to keep him.

“If players want to be destructive they can be but he’s not got that in his nature.

“He’ll stay and play and will be great as he has been every other year.”




  1. vital

    August 26, 2011 at 9:24 am

    then let him stay for all i care..he is surely bigger than tottenham..

    • Mark Munro

      August 26, 2011 at 9:33 am

      No player is bigger than Tottenham muppet but I am glad Modric is staying.

  2. ralph

    August 26, 2011 at 9:54 am

    Modric you are wasting your time at Spurs go to chelsea and enjoy Abromovich money. You will regreat now day

  3. Ed

    August 26, 2011 at 9:59 am

    Yeah Modders listen to Ralph, he can’t even spell regret

  4. Tadelle

    August 26, 2011 at 10:12 am

    Modric will not be helpful for spers after this all ups and downs. He should go and go where he want. One should not stop him if he is not willing to stay.

  5. Harry

    August 26, 2011 at 10:53 am

    Players who wnt 2 join Spurs shud b careful,coz if join its difficult 2 leaue.

  6. bob

    August 26, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    The spurs chairman’s stance on modric is very strange he would risk playing a unmotivated uninterested player for the sake of pride and not wanting to be called a wimp by the spurs fans its not like he would be giving him away for free? No single player makes a team,the team should come first yes he signed a contract but he is not a slave to that contract spurs fan should wake up and understand that football is a business and that players are professional’s and they have ambitions aside from money but seeing that most spurs fans are dense and couldn’t care less they just don’t get it!.

  7. Timlos

    August 26, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    Players beware of the concentration camp called WHL, once you go in, you are sentenced for life.

  8. G_park

    August 26, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    Harry was one of the managers i respected…modric saga makes him loose the respect i got 4 him. How could a coach be forcing(modric),admiting(levy’s stand) and willing to use an unhappy player. Wenger had to let fabregas and nasri leave because they are not happy…its how it works,u dont keep an unhappy player.

  9. Mister Squirrel

    August 26, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Timlos – Modric signed a 6 year contract in 2010. He’s not a prisoner – he didn’t have to sign it.

    What’s the point of a contract if you can just walk away from it?

    It wouldn’t be right for a club to say “right, we’re tearing up your contract because you didn’t get us into the CL” – so why is right for a player to say the same to a club?

  10. Gary

    August 26, 2011 at 8:39 pm

    Come on Luka. Speak out aloud, fight for what you want!!

  11. Elias Longnaan

    August 26, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    Luka should be alowed to go to the club(CHELSEA) after is his heart!.

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