German newspaper Bild suggests Heung-Min Son could be on his way back to the Bundesliga with Wolfsburg and Tottenham agreeing a €30 million fee for the attacker, which works out at around £26 million.
The deal would see Spurs make a profit on yet another squad player deemed surplus to requirements. Unlike Nacer Chadli and Ryan Mason, who are also linked with imminent moves away from the club, Son was involved in Tottenham’s 18-man squad for the 1-1 draw with Liverpool on Saturday.
But Josh Onomah and Harry Winks were both preferred to Son when it came to making substitutions, which perhaps signals the end of the South Korean’s short Spurs career.
Son’s first season in England was interrupted by a number of niggling injuries. Many believed he simply needed a run of games in order to find some kind of form, but a place in the starting eleven for Son is looking increasingly unlikely with more attacking recruits likely to arrive before Wednesday’s transfer deadline.
What do you think? Are Tottenham right to sell Son? Is £26 million too good to turn down?