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Bayern Munich eyeing move for £18m Tottenham attacker

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Calciomercato (h/t Sun) claims Bayern Munich are interested in the services of Son Heung-min after the South Korean evaded military service.

The 26-year-old, who joined Tottenham for a fee of £18m, won gold in the Asian Games with his country recently, meaning he need not enrol for military duty.

The Tottenham star has rejoined us and even played few minutes in the 2-1 loss against Liverpool.

Son has been one of our most consistent players since joining from Bayer Leverkusen. The report claims Bayern need to replace their ageing wide men with someone younger.

Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben are in their 30s and the report adds that Munich’s head scouts have previously worked at Bayer Leverkusen and are familiar with Son’s representatives.

The report further adds that despite the interest from Bayern, Tottenham do not want to sell Son.

Son will be an important player for us this season since we haven’t started all that brightly. The South Korean missed the loss against Watford but had a decent cameo against Liverpool.

The 26-year-old should have won a penalty at the death against the Reds and there is no doubt he will be a regular for our Champions League journey as well.

Tottenham didn’t buy any players in the summer and hence, selling any of our first-teamers should be out of the question.

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Even if Bayern come calling, we have to keep hold of our stars and Sonny certainly is amongst them.

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