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Good news for fans as key Tottenham star is close to signing a new contract

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Son Heung-Min close to new Tottenham contract

According to Daily Star, Son Heung-Min is close to signing a new contract at Tottenham. His current deal runs until 2023 and the club are confident they can get him to stay beyond that. However, the same cannot be said of Harry Kane.

Son has been with Tottenham since 2015, having signed from German outfit Bayer Leverkusen. The 28-year-old has grown into one of our best players, along with Harry Kane, and is one of the top attackers in the Premier League. So far during his time at the club, Son has gone on to make 275 appearances, banging in 105 goals while also registering 63 assists.

Son was on the scoresheet as Tottenham beat Southampton
Son was on the scoresheet as Tottenham beat Southampton

The ongoing campaign has been a brilliant one for Son, who has plundered 20 goals and 16 assists from 46 games across all competitions. Although his form has tailed off a bit of late, his partnership with Harry Kane has been the biggest positive for Spurs this term.

Son, as things stand, is contracted to Tottenham until the summer of 2023. Speculations of a new contract have been doing the rounds for quite some time now. But a deal is yet to be agreed upon. However, that could be set to change in the coming weeks. Indeed, it is being claimed that Son will soon sign an extension with the club, with the deal expected to keep him at the club beyond 2023.

Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace – Premier League – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tottenham Hotspur s Harry Kane right celebrates scoring their side s fourth goal of the game with Son Heung-min during the Premier League match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London. Picture date: Sunday March 7, 2021.

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As mentioned previously, Son, along with Kane, is one of our most important players. Given how he has performed this term, a new and improved contract is a deserved reward for the South Korean international. And it seems it is just a matter of time before the 28-year-old signs on the dotted line.

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