Real Madrid Want Son Heung-min


Transfer rumors from Real Madrid. Los Blancos intend to bring the Tottenham Hotspur striker, Son Heung-min.

The cramped financial conditions during the Corona pandemic made Real Madrid didn’t spend much in the transfer market last summer. Even in the winter transfer market this January, Real Madrid didn’t seem to be shopping just yet.

Even so, Real Madrid continues to monitor some of the players who are on its shopping list. It is believed that in the summer of next June, Madrid is ready to step on the gas for shopping.

Reporting from Brand, one of the targets Real Madrid is a Tottenham Hotspur player. She is Son Heung-min.

Son Heung-min has strengthened Tottenham Hotspur since 2015. The 28-year-old South Korean player has made 254 appearances in all competitions with 101 goals and 55 assists.

Son Heung-min continues to shine with Tottenham Hotspur (Getty Images / Laurence Griffiths)

Son Heung-min also exploded in the last two seasons. Last season, Son was able to score 11 goals and 11 assists in 30 matches in the Premier League.

This season, Son is even more crazy. Under the polish of manager Jose Mourinho, Son has made goals that have scored 12 goals in 16 games so far.

Son was also able to be placed in many positions on the attack line. So on the wing it is okay, playing behind the striker is also possible, or being the spearhead doesn’t matter.

Son Heung-min contracts on Tottenham Hotspur will run out in the next 2023. Son is indeed a mainstay on the front lines, but it seems that if the Spurs are offered a large price then it is possible to let him go.

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Line of attack Real Madrid is indeed a problem right now. Eden Hazard often gets injured, then his young players like Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo are considered immature. Moreover, Luka Jovic, also did not shine.

Real Madrid also has a ‘hobby’ of buying players from Spurs, such as Gareth Bale and Luka Modric, who have been brought in and successfully won the title.

Interested in Madrid, Son?



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