Liverpool keen on signing Tottenham’s Son Heung-min
Son Heung-min, the star player for Tottenham, is wanted by Liverpool to revitalize their sluggish performance and make a significant move in the Premier League.
Liverpool to make a move for Son Heung-min?
Liverpool have bold plans to sign Son Heung-min from Tottenham Hotspur. According to one astonishing story, the South Korean has reportedly decided he wants a new challenge, according to rumors. Son joined Tottenham in 2015, but it appears that he now wants to join a “bigger club.”
Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are the two big horses for signing the South Korean. But Liverpool has suddenly surfaced as a surprise bidder, only months after expressing interest in Harry Kane before the Darwin Nunez deal.
It’s about time Spurs took care of some business
Son signed a new contract last year, but given that Tottenham is searching for ways to rebuild the entire team. They could be willing to let their No. 7 go if a decent offer comes in—especially looking at his current form.
The attacker has only registered three league goals this year. All of which came against Leicester when he came off the bench to score a quick hat-trick. However, given that Son is already 30 years old, Tottenham can consider selling their star forward for a hefty fee.
With players like Toby Alderweireld, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli, and Danny Rose in the past, the Lilywhites have squandered chances to trade valued assets at their peak.
Liverpool means business in the next transfer window
Jude Bellingham is still being linked to a transfer to Liverpool. And a deal may now be more possible. Especially since Bayern Munich’s decision to pass on acquiring the Borussia Dortmund and England star. The Reds are reportedly keeping an eye on Germany’s top player Jamal Musiala, who plays for Bayern Munich. There is some news that suggests that the Reds might have their eyes on an MLS wonderkid.