Spurs have been in search of an out and out striker this summer but if reports are anything to go by then the North Londoners are ready to secure another playmaker signing.
Metro cite reports in Germany claiming that Tottenham have sealed a deal worth $34 million with Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen to sign Heung-Min Son.
The 23-year-old South Korean attacker has been in decent form for the German side. Last season, in 42 appearances for Leverkusen, Son directly contributed in 21 goals (17 goals and 4 assists).
He made his senior debut for the national side back in 2010 and has scored 11 goals for South Korea in 44 games. Leverkusen coach Roger Schmidt has confirmed that the Asian star is leaving the club. He claimed:
“Heung-Min Son has decided he no longer wants to play for us. He has decided to do something that was not so nice for us as a team. It was not ideal.”
It will be intriguing to see how Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino will line up with Son whose preferred position is left wing. Well he replace Nacer Chadli on the left hand side of attack?
In your opinion, is Son good enough to improve Spurs’ attack?