Heung-Min Son (손흥민)

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How much you'd think Spurs could get for him if he's playing at peak performance? Why is he not ever in serious discussions regarding transfers...?
I don't think other teams think Son would leave. And I also think Son's value on the Spurs is much higher than his value in the open market. I honestly think for what he is for Spurs and the hole he would leave on the team, he's worth 80 mil+ for the Spurs. Other teams probably value him more at 60ish
 

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Luvf

Against all odds
How much you'd think Spurs could get for him if he's playing at peak performance? Why is he not ever in serious discussions regarding transfers...?
I dont know. I never thought about it too much. Why don't you start a thread and see how it flies
 

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Against all odds
Son could be the next Premier League star heading to the Spanish capital. If the 26-year-old leaves, Venerato adds that Tottenham want Hirving Lozano to replace him.


TBR’s view
Losing Son would be a hammer blow for Tottenham. He was a constant threat throughout the season with his positive running and eye for goal.

Operating in a number of positions, Son was the most consistent performer for Mauricio Pochettino. And Spurs would find it tough to replace him, even if they did land Hirving Lozano.

Real Madrid reportedly baulked at Tottenham’s £107m demands for Eriksen (Sport). Now, Daniel Levy must hold out for a similar price for Son to ensure he stays.


Son was the most consistent performer for Mauricio Pochettino. ?

I thought he was patchy as fuck according to many posters here
 

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pleb

Supporter
Enjoy the Moment
He wont leave, he loves the club and the appreciation he gets from the Spurs faithful, unlike those Madrid gits who are so bloody fickle!
 

Recently, Sonny released his autobiography, one of which contained the entire saga of his transfer from Leverkusen to Spurs.

Here is a detailed breakdown of events:
  • During the 2014-15 season, Son often becomes the first player to be subbed without a clear explanation from the team.
(This was widely considered to be due to Leverkusen trying to develop their highly touted youngster, Julian Brandt.)
  • Son feels that he is being disrespected within a club for the first time in his career.
  • Transfer rumors starts circulating. Simultaneously, Son attracts strong attention from Spurs and Liverpool. Liverpool actually appears to be in the lead, inviting Son's father to the club.
  • However, Spurs eventually express stronger interest, stating that they have prepared number 7 for Son.
  • Spurs wins the race against Liverpool. However, a huge hurdle remained in negotiation with Leverkusen.
(Spurs actually held interest for Son when he was 18, offering 12M € around 2010.)

  • Meanwhile, Son becomes the first player to be subbed again for the first two games in the 15/16 season, solidifying his intent to transfer.
  • Leverkusen rejects Tottenham's initial offer due to 3 years being left on Son's contract.
  • Levy offers higher fee, but Leverkusen's Rudi Völler, the sporting director for the club, rejects again.
  • The negotiation starts in the morning, but there are no agreements made by 4 PM that day.
  • Levy tells Son and his family that he will make a final offer. If Leverkusen rejects this time, there will be no transfer.
  • 30 minutes later, Levy tells Son's agent that the negotiation broke down. Völler starts leaving. Son will stay at Leverkusen.
  • Son's father, Son Woong-Jung is furious. Visibly frustrated, he grabs the sleeve of Völler and starts shaking.
  • Völler is surprised at the extremely strong intent by Son to leave the club.
  • Levy seizes this opportunity and makes an instant offer:
"There are a lot of procedures for the transfer to be completed. So we'll take him to London and we can talk about the fee over the phone. If that breaks down, we will send Son back to Leverkusen."
  • After another long period of negotiation, Völler accepts.
  • Son, depressed that the transfer broke down, suddenly receives a phone call to bring his passport to the airport.
  • On the private jet headed to London, Daniel Levy a.k.a. Bald Genius smiles, stating that "the side with the player has an edge." Levy is a legend.
  • The next day, Leverkusen starts telling the press that states that Son is purposefully missing training. Leverkusen's manager calls this "unprofessional behavior."
  • However, Völler does not tell the team where Son is, as they still haven't agreed on the fee.
  • Leverkusen teammates, not having a clue what's going on, tries to contact Son, but he ignores because he did not how to respond. Teammates, especially Hakan Çalhanoğlu, are pretty mad.
  • Nobody knows where Son is at this point except Son's family and Levy: he is in London undergoing a medical.
 

Recently, Sonny released his autobiography, one of which contained the entire saga of his transfer from Leverkusen to Spurs.

Here is a detailed breakdown of events:
  • During the 2014-15 season, Son often becomes the first player to be subbed without a clear explanation from the team.
(This was widely considered to be due to Leverkusen trying to develop their highly touted youngster, Julian Brandt.)
  • Son feels that he is being disrespected within a club for the first time in his career.
  • Transfer rumors starts circulating. Simultaneously, Son attracts strong attention from Spurs and Liverpool. Liverpool actually appears to be in the lead, inviting Son's father to the club.
  • However, Spurs eventually express stronger interest, stating that they have prepared number 7 for Son.
  • Spurs wins the race against Liverpool. However, a huge hurdle remained in negotiation with Leverkusen.
(Spurs actually held interest for Son when he was 18, offering 12M € around 2010.)

  • Meanwhile, Son becomes the first player to be subbed again for the first two games in the 15/16 season, solidifying his intent to transfer.
  • Leverkusen rejects Tottenham's initial offer due to 3 years being left on Son's contract.
  • Levy offers higher fee, but Leverkusen's Rudi Völler, the sporting director for the club, rejects again.
  • The negotiation starts in the morning, but there are no agreements made by 4 PM that day.
  • Levy tells Son and his family that he will make a final offer. If Leverkusen rejects this time, there will be no transfer.
  • 30 minutes later, Levy tells Son's agent that the negotiation broke down. Völler starts leaving. Son will stay at Leverkusen.
  • Son's father, Son Woong-Jung is furious. Visibly frustrated, he grabs the sleeve of Völler and starts shaking.
  • Völler is surprised at the extremely strong intent by Son to leave the club.
  • Levy seizes this opportunity and makes an instant offer:
"There are a lot of procedures for the transfer to be completed. So we'll take him to London and we can talk about the fee over the phone. If that breaks down, we will send Son back to Leverkusen."
  • After another long period of negotiation, Völler accepts.
  • Son, depressed that the transfer broke down, suddenly receives a phone call to bring his passport to the airport.
  • On the private jet headed to London, Daniel Levy a.k.a. Bald Genius smiles, stating that "the side with the player has an edge." Levy is a legend.
  • The next day, Leverkusen starts telling the press that states that Son is purposefully missing training. Leverkusen's manager calls this "unprofessional behavior."
  • However, Völler does not tell the team where Son is, as they still haven't agreed on the fee.
  • Leverkusen teammates, not having a clue what's going on, tries to contact Son, but he ignores because he did not how to respond. Teammates, especially Hakan Çalhanoğlu, are pretty mad.
  • Nobody knows where Son is at this point except Son's family and Levy: he is in London undergoing a medical.
Will this book be released in English?
 

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Recently, Sonny released his autobiography, one of which contained the entire saga of his transfer from Leverkusen to Spurs.

Here is a detailed breakdown of events:
  • During the 2014-15 season, Son often becomes the first player to be subbed without a clear explanation from the team.
(This was widely considered to be due to Leverkusen trying to develop their highly touted youngster, Julian Brandt.)
  • Son feels that he is being disrespected within a club for the first time in his career.
  • Transfer rumors starts circulating. Simultaneously, Son attracts strong attention from Spurs and Liverpool. Liverpool actually appears to be in the lead, inviting Son's father to the club.
  • However, Spurs eventually express stronger interest, stating that they have prepared number 7 for Son.
  • Spurs wins the race against Liverpool. However, a huge hurdle remained in negotiation with Leverkusen.
(Spurs actually held interest for Son when he was 18, offering 12M € around 2010.)

  • Meanwhile, Son becomes the first player to be subbed again for the first two games in the 15/16 season, solidifying his intent to transfer.
  • Leverkusen rejects Tottenham's initial offer due to 3 years being left on Son's contract.
  • Levy offers higher fee, but Leverkusen's Rudi Völler, the sporting director for the club, rejects again.
  • The negotiation starts in the morning, but there are no agreements made by 4 PM that day.
  • Levy tells Son and his family that he will make a final offer. If Leverkusen rejects this time, there will be no transfer.
  • 30 minutes later, Levy tells Son's agent that the negotiation broke down. Völler starts leaving. Son will stay at Leverkusen.
  • Son's father, Son Woong-Jung is furious. Visibly frustrated, he grabs the sleeve of Völler and starts shaking.
  • Völler is surprised at the extremely strong intent by Son to leave the club.
  • Levy seizes this opportunity and makes an instant offer:
"There are a lot of procedures for the transfer to be completed. So we'll take him to London and we can talk about the fee over the phone. If that breaks down, we will send Son back to Leverkusen."
  • After another long period of negotiation, Völler accepts.
  • Son, depressed that the transfer broke down, suddenly receives a phone call to bring his passport to the airport.
  • On the private jet headed to London, Daniel Levy a.k.a. Bald Genius smiles, stating that "the side with the player has an edge." Levy is a legend.
  • The next day, Leverkusen starts telling the press that states that Son is purposefully missing training. Leverkusen's manager calls this "unprofessional behavior."
  • However, Völler does not tell the team where Son is, as they still haven't agreed on the fee.
  • Leverkusen teammates, not having a clue what's going on, tries to contact Son, but he ignores because he did not how to respond. Teammates, especially Hakan Çalhanoğlu, are pretty mad.
  • Nobody knows where Son is at this point except Son's family and Levy: he is in London undergoing a medical.
Thanks for sharing that. Sounds like Leverkusen are some real cunts to deal with and we won’t be doing business with them anytime soon.

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