Son Heung-min is one of a number of Tottenham players that Mauricio Pochttino is happy to keep or let go if the right offer comes in. Nacer Chadli, Ryan Mason, Tom Carroll are all in the same boat, they have all been told they can expect to spend a lot of time on the bench.
VfL Wolfsburg sporting director Klaus Allofs confirmed the club has been following the player from his Bundesliga days.
“Whether it was his time at Bayer Leverkusen or now at Tottenham, we were always in contact with him."
He also confirmed our asking price of £25-million (€29.33m - AUS$43.42m - US$32.44m) and that Wolfsburg thought it was £5-million (€5.87m - AUS$8.68m - US$6.57m) too much. There may still be a deal to be done if the clubs are so close on price, especially as reports suggest Son has agreed personal terms with Wolfsburg.