Spurs star Heung-min Son is attracting major interest from Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich, the latest report claim.
The South Korea international was a key figure for Tottenham last season, amassing a combined 29 goals and assists in 53 appearances in all competitions last season.
According to a report from The Sun, Son is now on Bayern’s radar and that German champions are eyeing a possible swoop for the former Leverkusen star.
Bayern reportedly have concerns over ageing duo Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben, and are aiming to be proactive by sourcing their successors early.
German publication SPORT1 claimed during the World Cup that Son has “made himself aware of himself” with his performances in Russia, and “wants to work on his hero status”.
Son is under contract at Tottenham until 2020 and his deal contains no release clause, and it is expected that he would fetch over €70m (£63m).
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