Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has re-affirmed his position that star player Luka Modric will not be sold.
The 25-year-old has been subject to intense speculation in recent weeks from Premier League sides while West London outfit Chelsea made a £22m bid for the player last month.
The bid was flat-out rejected with manager Harry Redknapp dismissing the bid as ‘farcical’.
Both manager and chairman have previously asserted that the Croatian international will not be sold and, after a 40 minute meeting between both parties yesterday, Levy insisted that a line has been drawn under the entire scenario.
“We had a very good conversation and, as I’ve said previously, Luka Modric will not be sold,” Levy told Sky Sports News.
“That’s the end of it. As I said a few weeks ago, there’s no further discussion on it.
“He’s been on holiday but we’ve now had the conversation and he understands our position.”
However, Levy refused to comment on the player’s stance adding “I’m just telling you what the position is – he won’t be sold.
“I’m sure once he’s back with his team-mates everything will be fine.”
The Spurs chairman concluded by insisting that the club will not be changing their stance no matter what money is thrown at them.
“It would make no difference. This is not about money. We’re not selling our best players,” Levy said.