Real Madrid hold an interest in Tottenham forward Son Heung-min, according to reports in Spain.
Fit-again Son is sure to play a key role for Spurs when the Premier League campaign resumes later this month after finishing his mandatory military service during the break.
The South Korean broke his arm in his last club appearance, in which he scored twice in a 3-2 league win over Aston Villa, but he is now ready to return as Tottenham push for Champions League qualification.
However, Spanish outlet Don Balon claims Son could be on his way La Liga in the future. They believe the completion of his military service means the 27-year-old can now fully focus on achieving his career goals – and a move to La Liga is said to be a possible aim.
The report suggests Son is on Real Madrid’s ‘agenda’ ahead of a potential deal, but Spurs will apparently not let one of their star forwards leave for less than €150 million (around £135m).
With that in mind, it might be difficult for the Spanish giants to take Son away from north London this summer. In any case, Tottenham may be sweating on his future somewhat.