Tottenham Hotspur have offered Heung-min Son a new five-year contract worth more than £200,000-a-week to the South Korean, according to Football Insider.
The 28-year-old has started the 2020/21 campaign in impressive fashion, scoring eight times in eight Premier League appearances (transfermarkt).
The former Bayern Leverkusen forward will enter the final two years of his contract next summer with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy reportedly having an ‘unwritten rule’ not to allow any of his players to enter the last 24 months of their contract (Daily Mail).
Son’s new contract would take him into the bracket of the highest earners in North London along with Harry Kane and Tanguy Ndombele with talks now said to be at an advanced stage.
Spurs are said to be confident that Son will put pen to paper on the new deal before the winter transfer window opens on January 1st.
Son, who moved to North London for £22million (BBC) five years ago, had a tough start to life at the club but has not cemented his place as one of the club’s most influential players.
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