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Villas Boas: Modric made situation worse

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Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has criticised midfielder Luka Modric as rumours of a departure from the club intensify.

Modric tried to quit Spurs for Chelsea a year ago under the management of Harry Redknapp, and this summer appears keen on a switch to Spanish champions Real Madrid. Reports suggest the Croatia international has failed to travel with Spurs on their tour of America - something Villas-Boas seems to have eluded to in the Spanish press.

Speaking to AS, he is reported as saying: "I think Modric is wrong. This will go against him. He has worsened the situation with what he's doing and now the chairman (Daniel Levy) is very angry. This is also not a good time for Daniel Levy, who is in the USA at the moment, because his wife is ill."

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