Tottenham Hotspur are considering an appeal against the red card Son Heung-min received against Bournemouth, according to the Daily Mail.
Son was sent off five minutes before half-time for shoving Jefferson Lerma to the ground as Spurs fell to a 1-0 defeat at the Vitality Stadium.
Footage appeared to show Son was provoked by Lerma, who seemed to punch the Korean in the back which brought on the retaliation.
As a result, the Mail claims Tottenham could appeal against the dismissal in a bid to have Son available on the final day against Everton.
The Londoners have until midday on Tuesday to make their decision.
Half-time substitute Juan Foyth was also sent off at Bournemouth, lasting only moments before seeing red for a high tackle.
It’s unlikely Spurs will consider an appeal against the Argentinian’s dismissal due to the nature of the tackle.
Thankfully, Tottenham look set to clinch the fourth Champions League spot regardless of the final day results – Arsenal need an eight-goal swing to finish above their fierce rivals.
But still, it would be nice to have Son back to make things a little easier.
Plus there is the small matter of leapfrogging Chelsea into third place.