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Tottenham Hotspur backed to keep hold of Son Heung-min

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Tottenham Hotspur will do all that they can to keep hold of Son Heung-min for the foreseeable future, according to former Spurs goalkeeper Paul Robinson. 

The Lowdown: Son linked with Spurs exit

Last month, it was reported that the attacker could be looking to make a move away from the north London club in the near future.

In July 2021, the South Korean put pen to paper on a new contract at Spurs, which in theory should see him stay at the club until 2025.

However, with this recent report suggesting that Son may look to leave the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium before his current deal expires, it appears that Robinson thinks an early exit will not be on the cards for the 30-year-old.

The Latest: Spurs backed to keep hold of Son

Speaking to Football Insider, the former England goalkeeper dismissed any notion that the Lilywhites would be likely consider any transfer offer which may come their way for Son in the summer.

He said: “No chance. There is no way the club could allow him to leave.

“Whatever offer he gets, Spurs have to match it. Son is invaluable to this squad. Spurs have to move heaven and earth to keep him there for the rest of his career.

“When his career comes to an end maybe he will want one last move. But while he is still at the peak of his powers Spurs have to keep him.”

The Verdict: A no-brainer for Spurs

Despite only scoring three goals across his 13 Premier League games for Antonio Conte’s side so far this season, the winger has still shown how crucial a figure he is for the team.

Harry Kane (23) is the only Spurs player to rack up more shots on target in the league this season than Son (16), while the 30-year-old has made more key passes (28) than any other player at the club.

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With an overall performance rating of 7.1/10 from WhoScored, only three other players at Tottenham have a higher rating than the Asian winger.

Taking all that into account, we feel that it would be a no-brainer for the north London club to turn away any potential offer which may come in for Son, who is clearly a pivotal figure for Conte.


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