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Earlier we reported that Wolfsburg and Spurs have agreed on a fee of around £26 million for the transfer of Heung-Min Son, according to German newspaper Bild.

That may be true, but it appears the player himself knows very little about a potential exit.

ESPN reports that Son, speaking to the press before South Korea’s World Cup qualifier against China on Thursday, is “in the dark” over a possible return to the Bundesliga.

Son said: “I haven’t heard anything about my transfer,” adding that rumours of his departure are “not a good sign.”

The attacker is still highly rated in Germany, and it wouldn’t be a huge surprise if Tottenham were keen to make a profit on yet another player who will find it difficult to break into the first team this season.

Spurs have already shipped Nacer Chadli off to West Brom for £13 million and Alex Pritchard to Norwich for £8 million as Mauricio Pochettino looks to streamline his squad, particularly in the attacking midfield area.

If Son is unaware of a potential move away from the club then perhaps it’s too late for him to secure an exit. Many Tottenham fans will be pleased to see a player with such potential stay at White Hart Lane.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. As a club with limited cash ,due to a new stadium being paid for.
    It must make sense to sell on a player who is only a back up.
    Who cost 13 million and can be sold for 26million.
    And the profit an be re-invested in younger cheaper players for the future.
    Brian Evenden

  2. So what is our limit seeing you know so much about how we spend on players, I’ll tell you, nothing! as Alexx says you could add at least £5 million on to that plus stat bonus’, stadium money has nothing to do with player budget, that has been taken care off I’m sure with future investment deals being tied up as we move along, we will always balance our books with players out and players in, that’s what makes us so profitable in transfer market, no better man than levy to deal with it all as well, we are a bit off the £150,000 a week players yes but our future is looking bright enough to progress to that level once stadium and bigger sponsors come along, COYS THFC forever

  3. Isco to Spurs would make one hell of a difference he and the Turkisk free kickbspecialist whose name I cant spell right now would see goals would lime to see Oduwa and Edwards in first team as well

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