The Spurs assistant manager made the startling revelation despite chairman Daniel Levy insisting that Modric was not for sale ‘at any price.’
It comes in the wake of Chelsea preparing a third offer for the Croatian midfielder who they have been trailing all summer.
Bond has now opened the door for a switch to Stamford Bridge conceding that Spurs could sell if the price is right.
He said: “We desperately don’t want to lose him, but everyone has a price.
“If somebody came along and the money turns your head and he did go – although the chairman is adamant he doesn’t want to sell him – then we’d have to get on with it.”
Modric is keen to leave White Hart Lane after Levy reportedly went back on a gentleman’s agreement to sell him if a bid from Chelsea came in.
He still has five-years remaining on the deal he signed last summer and Spurs are unwilling to sell below the £40 million asking price.