Londoners will not sell to another Premier League club.
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Tottenham Hotspur have told Manchester United and Chelsea to forget about signing creative midfielder Luka Modric.
The Croatian schemer has been heavily linked with a move away from White Hart Lane during the past two summers and looks set to demand a transfer when he returns to London from his country’s Euro 2012 campaign.
Manchester United and Chelsea are interested in signing the 26-year-old and both have seen bids rejected by Spurs in the past year.
But the North London club have privately informed both Manchester United and Chelsea, as well as big-spending Manchester City, that Modric has absolutely no chance of being sold to another Premier League club.
Spurs would like to keep their star-performer but will reluctant allow him to move abroad if the former Dinamo Zagreb midfielder demands a move.
Oil-rich French club PSG are interested in Modric, as are Real Madrid, but his preference has always been to remain in London and join Chelsea.