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Bilic Gives Toon His Seal Of Approval For Modric

Luka Modric is being linked with some of Europe's top clubs but it is the Toon that appear to have stolen the march on everyone else with him preparing to switch to St James' for a fee between 15million and 20million.

This move has been approved by Croatian boss Slaven Bilic: 'Newcastle are a big club and I believe a move there would suit Luka,' Bilic said in the Daily Star. 'They are the next club underneath the 'big four', on a level with Tottenham but they are stronger financially than them.

'And I think they can do bigger things because of this.'

The Croatian national players hold Bilic in high regard so if he is publicly supporting Modric's proposed switch to St James from Dinamo Zagreb there is a good chance it could happen, but do you think it will?

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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 25 2008

Time: 3:37PM

Your Comments

Sorry, still think you don't stand a chance of getting him!
Fan of Blues
looks like he's signing for spuds according from skysports.
davidmillzy
Bet you feel stupid now :) Muppets!
elwoodspice
Well said Elwood!
CoxintheBox
nah dont feel stupid at all, cock
davidmillzy
tabloids are suggesting Spurs have got him!
merlin
I would have chosen you over spuds!
Fan of Blues
Spurs has sealed him... at staggering cost! A bit risky i must say.
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