According to The Mirror reports in Germany claim that a number of Premier League clubs are interested in a shock deal for Spurs ace Heung-Min Son this summer.
The South Korea international scored 18 times for the club last season, including Champions League goals against Borussia Dortmund and Juventus, the 25-year-old managed to find the net for South Korea against Mexico in the World Cup on Saturday.
The article descries how he is contracted until 2020 and he is believed to be one of a number of players that are in line for a new deal.
It goes on to say that German outlet Sport1 claim that Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal are all monitoring his situation at present.
The article adds that a move to the Gunners is out of the question t is believed that the Red Devils would be the most likely destination out of the three for the player.
Jose Mourinho, who has already signed Fred and Diogo Dalot ahead of next season, is said to be keen on bringing a new attacker to the club in the summer.
The article goes on to say that their is a real prospect of the player having to do two years of military service in his home country as South Korean laws indicate that sportsmen who win medals in the Olympic Games or gold medals at the Asian Games are to be handed exemptions from military service, but they still have to do four weeks of basic training.
Interest in Son isn’t surprising given his stunning form for Spurs, however it does not make sense at present with the real possibility of the attacker having to do two years of military service.
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