Ahead of what promises to be a hugely exciting summer of activity, the Tottenham fans in tonight are debating over their summer plans over a few Transfer Tavern pints.
Much of the talk naturally centres around the notion of big money arrivals, though reports late last week suggesting the club could be prepared to axe £22m signing Son Heung-min just a year after his arrival shocked our punters.
The South Korean hasn’t exactly set the world alight since joining for Bayer Leverkusen in a deal that broke the record for a transfer fee paid for an Asian player, though few would say he’s flopped entirely.
Neither does he it seems, according to FourFourTwo.
The 23-year old has revealed he does not fear talk he could be shipped away from North London already and is looking forward to another season in the Premier League.
Having narrowly missed out on the title, these are certainly exciting at White Hart Lane under the stewardship of Mauricio Pochettino ahead of a stadium move in the coming seasons.
Plans the former Bundesliga star is looking forward to being a major part of, of course.
‘I saw the articles but I’ve heard nothing about my transfer’, revealed the former Hamburg youngster.
‘Should I be worried? I don’t think so. I already told Tottenham that I want to play in Olympic Games, they’re looking into it positively.”
“I always wanted to learn first when I decided to come to Premier League, rather than do really well from the start.”
“Due to injuries, my debut season was not satisfying. But I learned a lot how to manage games, myself physically. And also learned about a new culture.”
Has Son done enough to warrant a place at Spurs next season?
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