Bayern tangled with a Tottenham star

The Munich team is willing to offer more than 12 million a year to Heung-min Son to prevent him from renewing with the Spurs. Contract ends in 2023.

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José Mourinho's Tottenham moves to the rhythm set by Harry Kane and Heung-min Son. If the former accumulates 27 goals and 16 assists throughout the course, the South Korean is not far behind, with his 18-16. Some numbers that, obviously, make them palatable for the greats of Europe. If Kane appears on City or United's radar, Son hears siren calls from Munich.

Y is that, Football Insider points out that Bayern is more than interested in taking over the winger, taking advantage of the fact that the renewal of his contract, which ends in June 2023, is not closed. The Daily Mail indicated last October that these had already started, but six months later there is nothing closed. The amount in which the talks were moving was about 12 million euros per year. An amount that, according to the first mentioned media, the Allianz would be willing to exceed.

The intention of the Bavarian giant is to try to extend the aforementioned renewal to be able to assault the signing at a reasonable price next year, when the sale of Son is now or never for Tottenham if they want to obtain economic profit. Otherwise, they could lose him for free in 2023. Mourinho was confident a long time ago and in February he said it was "just waiting for the right moment to do it (sign the new contract)."

However, time passes, the results do not arrive and the agreement does not arrive. Peter Crouch, after the elimination of Spurs at the hands of Dinamo Zagreb in the Europa League, already slipped "Son and Kane deserve to play at a higher level." The classification, or not, for the maximum continental competition of the Londoners could mark the decision-making of their stars. At the moment they have Chelsea, fourth, to three points.

If Son finally arrived at the Allianz Arena, it would mean his return to the Bundesliga, a competition that placed him in the forefront of football. Do not forget that he came to Tottenham from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015 in exchange for 30 million euros. While he had previously played for Hamburg, in whose quarry he was trained. 49 goals and 14 assists in 165 games are his background in Germany. Numbers that, for sure, would multiply exponentially if he joined Bayern.



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