Luka Modric has demanded a move to 'big' club Chelsea after a gentleman's agreement he shared with Tottenham owner Daniel Levy was stolen from Harry Redknapp's office.
"I've turned the gaff upside down and can't find it nowhere" said a bemused Harry Redknapp.
The Croatian waif claims to have thrashed out the gentleman's agreement with Daniel Levy and Harry Redknapp at Koksifilis Kebabs on the Holloway Road. Modric, who had just penned a six year deal worth £40,000 a week, had to pick up the tab for the kebabs after Levy and Harry had 'mislaid their wallets'.
Modric claims to have asked Tottenham solicitor Bill Mee for a copy of the gentleman's agreement but was told "the photocopier was on the blink" and he was given an assurance that "Harry would sort it."
Harry Redknapp told Sky News reporter Joe King: "Little Mo is a lovely lad but he is confused. His head has been turned by Chelsea."
Chelsea have bid £22 million for Modric and are prepared to quadruple the Croatian's salary at Spurs.
But Daniel Levy has stated he will not be held to ransom by Modric and that Spurs would not be 'tucked up' by Chelsea.
When asked about the gentleman's agreement Harry Redknapp joked "I have never seen it and i don't know nothing about it."