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Luka Modric's agent insists the player will only be leaving Tottenham if the club chooses to accept a substantial bid. Modric has caught the eye this season during Spurs' successful Champions League campaign.

Modric has been linked with Italian giants Inter Milan and Juventus in recent weeks. But the 25-year-old, who joined on a six-year contract from Dinamo Zagreb in 2008, signed a new long-term deal just last May.

Mordic's agent, Nikki Vuksan, reiterated that he has no intention of leaving White Hart Lane this summer and said Modric would only go if Spurs take the shock decision to cash in on one of their prized assets.

"They are just rumours," Vuksan told calciomercato.it. "I have read comments from different people on this subject, but the reality is that Luka has a long and important contract with Tottenham.

"Last summer he extended it until 2016 and he's very happy in London. If a bid should arrive it would be up to the club to evaluate it. Tottenham want Modric to talk with club officials and, to my knowledge, this has not yet happened, so at the moment I can rule out any surprises

"It's difficult to say whether he will be there for life but he is enjoying his time there now. He enjoys playing with his team-mates there and the club is going in the right direction.''

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