Tottenham fans have been left wondering just where they’d be without Heung-Min Son over the last few weeks. The South Korean has scored in his last four games since returning from the Asian Cup and has been the club’s star man. On the back of that, reports in The Daily Mail claim that the star is set to be rewarded with a new contract.
— Hotspur Related (@HotspurRelated) February 15, 2019
Mauricio Pochettino has been doing everything in his power to ensure that his top stars at the club are tied down on long-term contracts to dissuade other clubs for coming in for them. That will be exactly the reason behind this one too, as Son’s form is too good for him to be ignored by other clubs, and whilst he only signed a new deal last August worth £110,000 per week, he’s set for another pay rise.
The report in The Daily Mail claims that the offer on the table for Son includes a wage £152,000 per week, and it is something that the fans would love to see. Son has continually dug them out of holes and his goals against Watford, Newcastle, Leicester and Borussia Dortmund in the last four games have all proved crucial. The only thing the Lilywhites want now is for the likes of Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld to follow in Son’s footsteps and start getting close to new deals.
You can read the Lilywhites’ thoughts on the Son rumours here:
He’s a must signing fast becoming our most important player … well worth it #sonheungmin
— Paul (@poorlyg) February 15, 2019
GIVE. HIM. WHAT. HE. WANTS! pic.twitter.com/AFrUNAfYFW
— Mpho Kekana (@Afro_Scot) February 15, 2019
Worth every penny
— Gibby (@GrantGibby1) February 15, 2019
— Coys (@contagiousfut) February 15, 2019
Pay them! Pay all of them!
— C'mon You Spurs (@rajang20) February 15, 2019
Worth every single penny!! Love him
— Chojy Kukreja (@ChojyK) February 15, 2019
Worth every penny COYS
— Marc Scott (@MarcScott_Y) 15 February 2019
and millions of appreciative hugs and high fives too #COYS
— Fadil Vardiah (@theFadz) February 15, 2019
The Lilywhites love the idea of signing Son up to a new deal and will hope the South Korean can put pen to paper soon.