Son Heung-min, a star for Tottenham Hotspur, is now the subject of interest from Real Madrid, one of Europe’s biggest clubs, after Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and sporting director Fabio Paratici received a warning.
Given how important some players, like Son, have been to the north Londoners, one would assume that they are just not for sale.
That is not to imply that major clubs haven’t considered moves for some of Tottenham’s marquee players, despite their significance.
Indeed, a development between Real Madrid and Son has occurred, according to journalist Rudy Galetti in a column for Tribal Football.
He asserted that the Galacticos are currently looking to sign the South Korean international, who ‘has all the traits’ boss Carlo Ancelotti sought in a player.
It is reasonable to say that Spurs should reject any offers Real Madrid makes for the 29-year-old without hesitation.
Son was a significant player for Conte last season, sharing the Premier League Golden Boot with Mohamed Salah. Son also averaged more critical passes per 90 minutes than any other Spurs player, and he finished the season as their top performer overall (WhoScored).
The winger clearly merited Alan Hutton’s high praise; following Son’s performance in the derby victory over Arsenal last month, the former Spurs right-back dubbed Son “unplayable.”