It has been somewhat of a turbulent off-season for Tottenham Hotspur fans, having been left without a head coach for 66 days and rumours surrounding the future of star striker Harry Kane.
Tottenham’s managerial search has attracted attention for all of the wrong reasons with plenty of twists and turns when it has come close to naming a successor to the Portuguese.
Kane, who is on international duty with England at Euro 2022 has been linked with a move away from North London, with Manchester City reported to have tabled a £100million offer to take him to the Etihad (Sky Sports).
If Kane were to depart, it would be likely that the goalscoring burden would rest on the shoulders of Heung-min Son.
The South Korean has insisted that he is fully focused on Tottenham at present and has big ambitions that he wants to achieve with the club he calls his ‘dream’.
Son was asked in an interview with GQ about what team in history would he liked to have been part of, and instead proved his focus was on the job in hand at Spurs.
He said: “To be honest, I just want to focus on the right now. I want to be focused at Tottenham, because I have a lot of things to achieve – big aims and big goals. Right now, Tottenham is my dream team and I just want to focus on that.”
It is refreshing to see a player show their admiration to be part of the club despite the mess we are currently in. Son is coming off the back of arguably his best season in a Spurs shirt and will certainly be hoping to improve once again during the upcoming campaign.
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