‘Wouldn’t meet us halfway’ – League Two club joke about signing in-form Spurs star on loan

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Cambridge United have joked on social media that Tottenham Hotspur are not willing to loan out Son Heung-min to the League Two club.

Tottenham have a good relationship with Cambridge, having loaned many of their young prospects to the club over recent years.

Midfielder Jack Roles spent the entirety of the last season at the U’s and proved a useful asset for the side, netting five goals during his spell in all competitions.

Tottenham announced last week that defender Jubril Okedina would be spending the second half of the season at Abbey Stadium.

The versatile 20-year-old has had an impressive campaign with the Tottenham Under-23s so far and will be looking to prove himself for Mark Bonner’s side, who are vying for promotion to League One.

When Tottenham revealed that Okedina had extended his contract with the Lilywhites before leaving on loan, a Spurs fan asked for an update on the contract negotiations with Son.

Cambridge came up with the following witty response to the question:

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Multiple sources now indicate that it is only a matter of time before Son signs a new deal with the club, with an agreement said to be close between the parties. If we do manage to get Son to commit his future to Spurs, it will be bigger than any move we can potentially make in the transfer window.

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