Modric has been strongly linked with a switch to 19-time English champions Manchester United as the Red Devils’ manager Sir Alex Ferguson has previously described him as the ‘ideal replacement’ for the retired midfielder Paul Scholes.
However, Modric’s advisor, Mario Mamic, doubts that the ex-Dinamo Zagreb player will be moving to Old Trafford next season.
Luka will not go to Manchester United and he will also stay at Tottenham because I know that president Daniel Levy will not let him go.
Mamic’s father Zdravko is vice-president at Dinamo and believes Manchester United may have to top the club-record £30.75million when they paid for another former Tottenham Hotspur player, Dimitar Berbatov, in 2008 if they are to win the signature of Luka Modric.
I heard that somebody has offered £20 million pounds for Luka but that’s crazy.
When we talk about Modric, that price would only be enough to buy peanuts.