Reliable Tottenham insider Paul O’Keefe has exclusively informed The Spurs Web that all parties are confident about the club agreeing on a new deal with captain, Heung-min Son.
Tottenham and Son are reportedly both relaxed about the situation and there is no particular rush to push a deal through in the coming weeks or months.
However, O’Keefe has revealed that all parties will likely sit down again in the summer to look at a possible new contract once more, as Tottenham look to tie down their star man.
He exclusively told The Spurs Web regarding a new contract for Son: “All parties are very relaxed about a new contract and expect to reach an agreement. There’s no particular rush to for the deal to be done and it will be looked at again in the summer.”
Tottenham and Heung-min Son both want a new contract
Football Insider reported back in December 2023 that Tottenham were ready to offer Son a bumper new deal and the South Korean was ready to commit his long-term future to the club.
Son is currently contracted in North London until 2025, but there is a clause in his deal that will allow Spurs to extend his stay by an extra year – a clause Tottenham are expected to trigger.
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Despite being 31 years old, it appears Tottenham want to keep Sonny in N17 well into his mid-thirties, with Football Insider that any new contract would include a significant pay rise to reflect Son’s importance as captain.
Spurs Web Opinion:
Signing Sonny to a new deal is just as important off the pitch as it is on it. It would be a statement that Tottenham’s captain and figurehead is fully committed to the new project under Ange Postecoglou, serving as a stable foundation from which to build and attract new signings.