Son Heung-min of Tottenham is supposedly a player Real Madrid is interested in.
One of the best forwards in the world, according to many, is the South Korean. After scoring 24 goals in the previous campaign, he and Mohamed Salah shared the Golden Boot. He also contributed 10 assists, bringing his total last season for goals contributed to 34 in 45 games.
However, this season he has had trouble finding his form, scoring just three goals in 19 games, all of which came against Leicester City.
His performance against Portugal in the final group stage match, where he provided a remarkable assist in stoppage time to help South Korea win, seems to have captured Real Madrid’s attention despite a somewhat mediocre season by his standards.
The 30-year-old has been noted by the Champions League winners as a potential addition to their attack. Although the report acknowledges that it is doubtful that Spurs will be “ready to sell” their top player “anytime soon,” it does so nonetheless.
Although Son’s current deal with Tottenham runs in 2025, the German news outlet Sport 1 stated last month that Son is “getting ready” for his “next career move.” According to the report, the 30-year-old might not have the patience to wait for the North London club to win a trophy and might instead want to go on to collect medals.