Luka Modric says he is ready to leave Tottenham with Real Madrid his preferred destination.
Both Manchester United and Paris St-Germain have been chasing Modric in the past, but it seems the Croatian has set his heart on working for Jose Mourinho at the La Liga champions.
Modric will tell managerless Spurs next week he wants to quit the club. The diminutive playmaker, 26, wanted to leave the club last summer amid interest from Chelsea.
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Now, with the chance to earn more money elsewhere together with his desire to play Champions League football he has decided it's time to quit White Hart Lane.
Real Madrid are prepared to pay Tottenham £30million for Luka Modric after coach Jose Mourinho has told the club to press ahead with an offer.
Spurs have already started preparing for life without Modric by attempting to snatch Gylfi Sigurdsson ahead of Liverpool and Swansea.