Could Luka Modric see a Tottenham return in his future?

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Dom Le Roy

Stunning reports out of the footballing world this afternoon, as Calciomercato claim that Luka Modric was offered back to Tottenham Hotspur.

Modric was signed by the Lilywhites back in 2008, arriving for £16.5m from Dynamo Zagreb.

The Croatian magician became an instant hit in North London, with his unbelievable trickery, creativity, and apparent inability to lose the ball.

He spent four seasons at the Lane, clocking up 159 appearances and 17 goals for the club before his big money move to Real Madrid in 2012.

Reports now suggest that Modric’s team offered the player not just to Inter Milan, but back to Tottenham as well.

However, Real Madrid refused to let the player leave, and Spurs are thought to have turned down a potential move anyway.

Luka Modric himself was reportedly open to the North London return, so could this be one for the future?

How much would you pay to have Modric back at the club?

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4 COMMENTS

  1. How often does a returning star shine as bright as they did the previous time unfortunately never so as much as the romanticism of him coming back is hard to resist I personally wouldn’t pay a penny for him as great a player as he may be the thought of him not performing as we remember is hard to swallow let him remain a spurs legend in the memories of many

  2. Modric to good my team Tottenham he would walk straight into our team better than any midfielder we’ve ever had best player at World Cup also champions leauge winner 3 years on the Trot if he came Tottenham no more trophies in his career facts stupid spurs fan above saying they wouldn’t have him back as as bad as Daniel levy

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