Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy isn’t one to miss a shrewd business deal, and it appears he is lining up yet another for the near future.
In the absence of Harry Kane for the past month, Tottenham have looked to their smiling assassin Heung Min Son to chip in with some valuable goals.
The South Korean hasn’t disappointed, scoring in each of his games since returning from the Asia Cup, and scoring 11 in 11 since December 19th.
This scintillating form has seen Son’s stocks rise in recent weeks, and Levy is now prepared to tie down the player for as long as possible before the European sharks circle.
Son only signed a new five year deal in July of 2018, but he looks set for his second pay rise in 12 months (Sportsmail as reported by the Daily Mail).
Talks are expected to start in the summer, once the season ends, moving him closer to £150,000 per week, the same as Dele Alli.
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