Son Heung-min has returned to London following his national service for South Korea and could take part in isolated training with Tottenham as soon as Monday, according to reports.

The forward was required to complete three weeks of military training in his country, using the opportunity provided by the suspension of the Premier League to do his national service.

Having broken his arm earlier this year, it has been some time since Son last played football. But according to BBC Sport, he recovered from the injury before his military training and will be available to train and play for Spurs if and when the Premier League season resumes.

On Friday, Tottenham revealed the club’s players are taking part in individual training sessions at Hotspur Way, where COVID-19 testing facilities have been set up. Harry Kane has claimed there have been no positive tests for the coronavirus among the squad.

Spurs fans will be hoping Son can build up his fitness in time for top-flight’s possible return, whenever that may be. His form may be crucial to Tottenham’s chances of making a late push for a top four finish.



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