Son Heung-min, who is under contract with Tottenham until 2025, will soon need to settle on his long-term goals.
While he is an important part of Spurs’ roster, the 30-year-old has yet to bring home any hardware to London.
Like Harry Kane, the player has been linked to a transfer to Real Madrid because to the hope of winning some hardware in the last years of his career.
Fichajes.net claims that the La Liga club now knows the sum they will need to pay to obtain him, and these reports have emerged here and there in the Spanish press and continue to circulate to this day.
After considering all that has happened with the South Korean star, Tottenham ‘would not let Son Heung-min leave for less than €70m,’ the publication claims.
The youngster is said to ‘fit like a glove’ at Madrid, and while he may have to wait his turn behind Karim Benzema or Vinicius Jr at first, his adaptability might make him an important cog in the club’s attack.
The Frenchman, who won a Ballon d’Or this year at age 34, may require more rest in order to perform at his peak for an extended period of time; Son’s presence might facilitate this.
Real Madrid will require at least €70 million if they want to sign the Tottenham star this summer.