Monday, 11 July 2011
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Just when Chelsea fans gave up hope, that Tottenham Hotspur ace Luka Modric wont arrive at Stamford Bridge, an interview by Luka himself, changed the whole perspective. Last Tuesday, Luka Modric and Spurs chairman Daniel Levy decided, after they held a meeting, that the Croat will stay at White Hart Lane. That all but gave up hopes of the Chels of seeing a playmaker like him at the Bridge. But then he delivered an explosive interview on Sunday, in which he claimed that Spurs chairman Mr. Levy had threatened him, if he wants Chelsea move.
Luka Modric still wants Chelsea move and according to him, Levy went backwards in a 'gentleman's agreement'. Modric was quoted as telling Sportske Novost:
"I haven't thought about it at all because [not letting me go] would definitely not be good for anyone.
"I have already told the chairman that last summer he said we would find a mutually satisfactory agreement if a club like Chelsea came in. I hope that eventually he will understand the situation and that we will reach an agreement and go our separate ways in an appropriate manner."
Modric claimed, further, that if he dishonors the agreement, he would be allowed to rot among the reserves, by the Spurs' officials.
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