Tottenham have “rejected a number of offers” for Heung-Min Son, according to Sky Sports.
Son, who is currently away on international duty with South Korea, earlier admitted he knows little about his Spurs future amid rumours of a £26 million bid from Bundesliga side Wolfsburg.
Sky are now suggesting Wolfsburg’s offer was one of a number of bids from German clubs, and it has been rejected by Tottenham. “Son will not be sold in this window,” say Sky.
— Sky Sports News HQ (@SkySportsNewsHQ) August 30, 2016
The 24-year-old’s exit would have left Tottenham short in attacking midfield following the departure of Nacer Chadli to West Brom.
Son struggled to get a consistent run of games last season because of injury and the good form of other players in his position, including Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Erik Lamela.
With Eriksen currently suffering a dip in form, perhaps Son is keen to stay and fight for a place in the starting eleven. Although a move back to Germany might also appeal to the South Korean, who still has many admirers in the Bundesliga.
Regardless of what Son wants to do, it appears Spurs have made their stance clear. The player looks set to stay with the club until January at least.
Are you pleased to see Son stay at White Hart Lane? Or should Tottenham change their minds and cash in?