Fichajes.net have claimed that Tottenham Hotspur will not sell Son Heung-min for less than €70m (£60.2m) amidst Real Madrid’s alleged interest in the South Korean.

German outlet Sport 1 reported last week that Son, who is contracted to Tottenham until 2025, was considering his future at the club.

Heung-min Son

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The report asserted that the forward is ‘preparing for his next career step’ and is eyeing a move to a bigger club, with Real Madrid alleged to have an eye on the Spurs star’s situation.

However, 90 min subsequently reported that Tottenham will not let the forward leave before 2024 under any circumstances while Alasdair Gold revealed on his YouTube channel that people at the North London club have laughed off the speculation linking the forward with a move to Madrid.

Fichajes.net have now backed up Real Madrid’s interest in Son, stating that he is Carlo Ancelotti’s ‘great wish’, and that he might be the man to take the goal-scoring burden off Karim Benzema, who is now in the twilight of his career.

The report adds that Spurs will demand no less than €70m (£60.2m) for the forward, explaining that the operation is made cheaper by the fact that the player will turn 31 next summer.

Spurs Web Opinion

It is ridiculous to think that Levy will let Son leave for anywhere near £60m next summer, considering the South Korean is contracted to Spurs until 2025.  I do not think the Spurs chairman will even consider bids of over £100m for the forward next summer, and Son is not the sort of character to go on a strike or insist on a transfer.

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