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He`s Looking Towards Real Madrid

He`s Looking Towards Real Madrid

If the rumours printed, by one source, today are correct then our pursuit of Luka Modric is doomed.

Although we`re pretty certain that Spurs will put up a fight to prevent the Croatian leaving North London, the interest expressed in the midfielder could, this time around, force an exit.

But the source we located, via respected gossip page, infers that whilst Modric is keen to play Champions League football he has but one destination on his mind that of Real Madrid

Apparently Modric is keen to play for Jose Mourinho which, as far as United are concerned, sort of puts the damper on any hopes Sir Alex Ferguson might be harbouring about using Modric to bolster a midfield that wasn`t quite up to scratch las season.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday June 24 2012
Time: 4:44PM

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I would honestly rather lose £10m seeing him move abroad than seeing him playing for another Prem team
Spurs999
24/06/2012 17:01:00
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Levy wont sell to utd, your lot cant afford him anyway, and you have no one swap worthy, so expect to see him playing for los blancos next season..
falmouthyid
24/06/2012 17:09:00
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A respected gossip page? If such a thing actually exists, please share Redboy!
fifthcolumnblue
24/06/2012 17:10:00
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Levy is being clever this summer. He is not willing to sell to a PL club, so has sounded out Madrid. He knows that no one is likely to pay £40M for Modric, so why sell him for £30M to an English club? Oh, and Bale is staying put this year!!! FYI, Kagawa is a slightly better version of Park JS, I suspect this will finally be the year that the great Sir Alex can no longer squeeze out top perfomances from average players, and Man U will finally fall behind the better teams (Except for Rooney and Vidic, Man U are extremely average). Expect them both to leave next summer, all good things come to an end, just ask Liverpool!
Tactically Challenge
24/06/2012 17:32:00
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Oh God here we go again. If we're average that makes you below average, you do realise that yeah? This supposed average side managed to get the same points as billionaire city and there star assembled squad. This average side has reached the champions league final 3 out of the last 5 times. As for having no money we spent 50+ mil last season, there's money if Fergie needs it and judging by our results and performances each season it suggests not much improvement is needed and therefore not much money needs to be spent. Debt has dropped from 800 mil to 400 mil and with the Glazers renewing their interest in selling a 25% share for 600 mil all the debt will be gone. Kagawa is a slightly better version of Park? PMSL! Kagawa has averaged at just under a goal every other game in the Bundesliga not including his assists, don't tell me you bought into that guff about shirt sales? The lads talented, very talented and will improve us and offer us another dimension. Tactically Challenged no offence mate but judging by those ill informed ignorant comments it would appear mentally challenged is more fitting.
TheFamousNo7
24/06/2012 19:13:00
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As for Modric the sooner he fecks off and this transfer saga is finished the better. Don't want him anywhere near the club, especially not at the fee Tottenham are demanding. There's far better alternatives who could potentially be better than Modric whilst also providing what we need at the moment who are far cheaper.
TheFamousNo7
24/06/2012 19:21:00
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