The Telegraph claim that Tottenham Hotspur are not panicking despite potential stumbling blocks in negotiations with Son Heung-min’s representatives over a new contract as the South Korean is not looking to leave the club.
Reports indicated last week that the club are in talks over making the South Korean the joint highest-paid player at Spurs, alongside Harry Kane and Tanguy Ndombele, with Daniel Levy personally involved in the negotiations (Transfer Window Podcast).
Jose Mourinho hinted last month that he expects Son to sign a new deal since all parties want the forward to stay.
However, The Daily Mail claimed a few days ago that the 28-year-old’s decision to change his representation to Creative Artists Agency and Base may make negotiations more difficult as they are aware of Son’s importance to the club’s global commercial strategy.
The Telegraph have now backed up The Daily Mail’s claim that Son’s change of representation might complicate negotiations but they reveal that Spurs are not panicking.
The report asserts that the former Bayer Leverkusen man is as happy as he has ever been at Tottenham and is enjoying working under Mourinho.
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