Modric 'close' to Real switch

The 26-year-old has been chased by the Primera Liga champions for most of the summer and a deal appears imminent.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy had steadfastly refused to sell the Croatia international unless their valuation is met.

Levy turned down a reported £40million bid last summer from Chelsea, who had elevated the playmaker to their number one target.


It appears Tottenham will now accept a reduced fee for the former Dinamo Zagreb starlet who seems intent on leaving White Hart Lane.

“You read many things in the media but from the information that I have, Luka will move to Real Madrid for sure,” Mamic told 24sata.

“I’ve heard it’s almost done, so I don’t have any doubts Luka will play for Real Madrid next season.

“It is just a question of when the official announcement will be.”

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