Ligue 1 side keen on White Hart Lane schemer.
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Big-spending Paris Saint Germain have made a move for Tottenham playmaker Luka Modric.
The oil-backed French side could end up wrecking Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson’s hopes of landing Croatia midfielder Modric , as it is believed they are ready to offer £30million-plus.
United have already had a £22m bid knocked back, and Ferguson is growing frustrated in his attempts to land Modric.
PSG coach Carlo Ancelotti has identified Modric as one of his top targets this summer, and had scouts at Croatia’s Euro 2012 win over the Republic of Ireland on Sunday.
Tottenham refused to sell Modric last summer when Chelsea targeted him and chairman Daniel Levy is unlikely to allow him to go without a fight this time.
SOURCE: Daily Mirror
The Euro 2012 acts as a fantastic shop window to players who may well be looking to move on from their current clubs and the performance that Croatian schemer Luka Modric put in against the Republic of Ireland will not have gone unnoticed and it’s therefore not surprising to see PSG enter the race for the 26 year old midfielder.
Man United had been linked with a £22m offer for the Tottenham man but now the cash-rich Ligue 1 side are ready to meet the price-tag tentatively placed on one of their prized assets. As this source points out, White Hart Lane chairman Daniel Levy forced off interest from Chelsea last summer, even though Modric had expressly stated his interest in moving to Stamford Bridge, he may find it harder to do so this time around.
Having missed out on Champions League qualification it seems entirely plausible that some of the North London club’s top talents will be considering their options and the ongoing speculation surrounding Harry Redknapp’s future as Tottenham boss doesn’t help matters.