Reports from Germany claim that Heung-Min Son has agreed personal terms with Wolfsburg.
The German club have yet to agree a fee for the South Korean. Spurs are said to want a sum of around £21m, but Wolfsburg are looking to pay £17m.
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Wolfsburg sporting director Klaus Allofs has confirmed the interest in Son.
“Whether it was his time at Bayer Leverkusen or now at Tottenham Hotspur, we were always in contact with him.”
When quizzed on Wolfsburg’s chances of signing Son, Allofs replied: “All or nothing, the nothing is likelier.”
There have been rumours all summer that Son is available. It would seem that though the club is in no way desperate to sell him, they are willing to for the right fee.
So had a disappointing first season at Spurs that was disrupted by injuries and a struggle to get regular starts, but it was in no means disastrous.
Yet with his stock still high in Germany, it seems that Tottenham are willing to cash in rather than risk his value dwindling. What’s more, if these rumours are true, Son looks like he is ready to quit White Hart Lane also.