Modric has not played for Spurs this summer after he refused to go on the club's pre-season tour of
Modric is desperate to move to Real Madrid, but so far the Spanish champion has not met Tottenham's asking price of just under £40 million ($60 million).
The playmaker will take part in his first game of the summer when he lines up for
His current situation has left Stimac hugely disappointed, with the former West Ham defender accusing Tottenham's chairman of breaking promises to Modric and of trying to make a name for himself over the saga.
"I think that this guy tries to make himself famous in the world of football, but this isn't the way to do it.
"When you promise something you always need to fulfil it. It was the same with (Dimitar) Berbatov before he signed for Manchester United. He went there on
Levy was not available to respond to the claims but the Spurs chairman has made it clear that Modric can leave White Hart Lane - something he refused to allow last summer despite a £40 million bid from Chelsea.
Press Association Sport understands Tottenham is keen to offload the player, but will not budge from its asking price, particularly when Modric, who is regarded as one of the best players in his position in
Stimac remains confident that Modric will end up at the Bernabeu though, adding: "He (Modric) has already made his decision and he's very clear about what he's going to do.
"It's the only thing he wants, to go to
"Luka is a very sincere person, very sensitive, but very tough as well. He is very keen to play at Real Madrid and, as well as that, he has the promise of Levy. I only hope that this promise ends up being fulfilled."
Tottenham did not comment on Stimac's claims when contacted.
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