One deal that didn’t go through in the summer transfer window was a possible return to the Bundesliga for attacking midfielder Heung-Min Son.
The South Korean had been linked with a move to Germany, where a host of clubs were interested in taking the former Bayer Leverkusen star back to the Bundesliga.
Wolfsburg reportedly made a £24 million bid, but Tottenham rejected the offer and confirmed they were unwilling to let Son leave the club.
Now WAZ, a German publication, are claiming Wolfsburg could return with another bid for Son in January.
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It’s assumed Spurs rejected any approach for Son because was there was little time to find a suitable replacement.
But attacking midfielders Georges-Kevin N’Koudou and Moussa Sissoko eventually arrived on deadline day, meaning Son may now find it hard to get minutes. With that in mind, a January departure is possible.
What do you think? Should Tottenham cash in on Heung-Min Son in January?