Sky Sports journalist and reporter Michael Bridge has provided an update on Heung-min Son’s contract situation at Tottenham Hotspur.
Jose Mourinho revealed last month that he believes that the South Korean wants to spend the rest of his playing career in North London but claimed that attempts to extend his current deal have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic (Sky Sports).
The 28-year-old’s current contract is set to expire with Spurs in June 2023 (transfermarkt) while Fabrizio Romano claimed on a recent episode of the Here We Go podcast (23:28) that the forward was close to penning a five or six year deal.
Bridge spoke exclusively to SpursWeb and admitted that he thought that a contract extension would have been announced by now and has not heard of any issues as to why negotiations would have stalled in any way.
The Spurs fan reassured viewers with his understanding that he has been told that there have been no problems regarding the talks and claimed that in many ways he is Tottenham’s most prized asset given his marketability, personality along with his efforts on the pitch.
Take a look the video below on what Michael had to say about Son.
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