Journalist Sungmo Lee has reported that Tottenham will not consider any offer under £100m for Heung-min Son this summer, amid rumours of an upcoming Saudi Arabia bid. 

ESPN reported on Monday evening that Saudi Arabian club, Al Ittihad, were getting ready to offer €60m plus bonuses (£51.26m) to Tottenham for their star winger.

Heung-min Son

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The South Korean is apparently in line to be offered a four-year contract worth €30m per season.

Some within Al Ittihad were even said to be optimistic about their chances of landing the 2021/22 Premier League Golden Boot winner, but Tottenham will not entertain such an offer.

Heung-min Son has no interest in Saudi transfer

Sungmo Lee has now taken to Twitter to reveal that Spurs would require an offer of at least £100m to even consider selling Son, who loves his life in the Premier League.

The journalist reiterated that it is too early in his career for Son to even consider Saudi Arabia.

Spurs Web Opinion:

Why would a play of Son’s calibre take the drop to the Saudi Arabian league? He earns huge money in the best league in the world and I’m sure he still has dreams of winning major silverware.

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