Under contract until 2023, Heung-Min Son is in a very good pass. And Tottenham intends to take the opportunity to extend their striker by offering him a huge salary.
With two wins, two draws and one defeat in five days of the Premier League, Tottenham started their season slowly, even if the London club then crushed LASK in the Europa League on Thursday night (3-0). But if there is one player who is at the top at the moment among the residents of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, it is Heung-Min Son.
Present in all league matches for the moment, the South Korean striker is in turmoil, he who has already scored 7 goals and delivered two assists, including a quadruple against Southampton on September 20. The 28-year-old also performed well in C3 with one goal and two caviars in the third qualifying round against Shkendija Tetovo, and therefore a goal on Thursday night. So inevitably, looking at the performance of their player, the leaders of Tottenham want to keep him as long as possible.
Over € 57M spent over five years!
This week, the British media jointly announced that the extension of Heung-Min Son’s contract was underway at Spurs. And if we take a closer look at the latest information from England, and in particular that of Football Insider, the South Korean international, currently under contract until 2023, will soon be offered an XXL salary in addition to an extension. The English media affirms that Tottenham is considering offering a salary of 200,000 pounds per week to the former player of Bayer Leverkusen, or about 220,000 €.
And with a two-year extension, thus extending his contract until 2025, the media did the math. Over the next five years, Spurs will spend around € 57 million for their center forward, not to mention any bonuses mentioned in the extension! But the main thing would be assured: keep a very efficient player for several seasons. “Everyone at the club loves this player. But I want a new lease. He deserves one. The club knows it. Sooner or later, without being pressured, the club will extend it “, had recently released José Mourinho. Despite the millions that will be spent, Tottenham is therefore reaching the goal.