El Nacional have claimed that Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are both keen on signing Tottenham forward Son Heung-min.

Real Madrid’s interest in Son first came to light last month, with German outlet Sport 1 reporting that the South Korean, who was wanted by Carlo Ancelotti, was considering his future at Spurs.

Heung-min Son

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However, this was quickly shut down by Alasdair Gold, who stated on his YouTube channel that people at the North London club have laughed off the speculation linking the forward with a move to Madrid.

El Nacional have now claimed that Los Blancos remain keen on Son, who is said to be dreaming of a switch to the Santiago Bernabeu.

The report adds that the former Bayer Leverkusen man has no intention of renewing his contract and could thus be available for around €80m (£70.1m) next summer.

It is suggested that Madrid face competition from PSG, who have allegedly identified Son as the man to replace Lionel Messi, who could depart the Ligue 1 giants at the end of the season.

El Nacional state that PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi will try and speak personally to the Tottenham man during the World Cup in Qatar to convince him to make the move to Paris.

In addition, the likes of Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea are also said to be monitoring the 30-year-old’s situation.

Spurs Web Opinion

Son is contracted to Tottenham until 2025 and so, there is simply no way that Daniel Levy would entertain any offers for the South Korean for the time being. Even if the 30-year-old does not sign a new contract, I do not think Spurs will consider cashing on him until he is down to the final year of his deal.

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