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Cristo Martín | 01/08/2012
Spurs' coach, Andre Villas-Boas, talked about a special training plan for Luka Modric in an interview on ESPN. The Portuguese tactician, rather than wanting to punish the Croat for his mutinous behaviour, appears to want the midfielder as fit as possible as soon as possible, and is planning an exhaustive regime for him, without even considering that he might be off to Real Madrid before the summer is out.
"Luka is doing double training sessions in London (whilst the team are on tour in the USA). When we get back from the tour [this morning] some of the players will get a chance to rest. Then, once we're all back at training, we'll decide how best to deal with Luka", said Villas-Boas.
"Clearly he's a Tottenham player, but he's got to be right mentally to come back to training because his teammates are a step up from him in terms of preparation and fitness", he added. "So we'll prepare a program that will ease him back into the team, and that brings him back to fitness. Then we'll see what happens", he concluded.
Tottenham flew back to London today from New York, where last night they played the last game of their US tour. Modric's future could become clearer after the player and his coach have talked face to face. The player did train this morning, but apparently went early in order to leave the ground as soon as possible, maybe to avoid meeting anyone who had been on the tour.
IMAGEN: Luka Modric