Tottenham Hotspur are said to be in the final stages of contractual negotiations with Heung-min Son, according to the Daily Express.
The report suggests that the South Korean is close to finalising talks over a two-year contract extension, with his current deal set to expire in the summer of 2023.
Tottenham tabled the contract offer to the 28-year-old back in September of last year, with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid rumoured to have been monitoring his situation in the event that a deal could not be reached.
Son revealed earlier this week that Tottenham should be competing higher up the Premier League table and his personal tally of goals this season is not important in contrast to what has been a disappointing campaign for the club (Sky Sports).
The forward has scored twenty goals in 46 appearances in all competitions while providing an impressive 16 assists (transfermarkt).
Getting Son to commit his future to the club will be huge, especially if we are unable to persuade Harry Kane to remain in North London. Losing two of our most prolific players in the next couple of seasons would be catastrophic.
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