Son Heung-Min, the captain of Tottenham Hotspur, was already sighted returning to London after South Korea’s Asian Cup elimination.
Son played for ninety minutes last night as Jordan eliminated his country from the semi-final.
After the loss, Jurgen Klinsmann’s strategies were sharply criticized for failing to provide Son and his teammates with the opportunity to win the tournament.
The skipper was also seen returning to London to restart his Spurs career, only hours after Son’s team was eliminated.
Son appeared to be really distressed in a video that was posted on X, and it showed him walking to his terminal.
Naturally, Tottenham supporters will be hoping that in the upcoming weeks, a top four finish and maybe even a title challenge would lift Son’s spirits.
It’s probable that Son may be involved in some way this weekend’s match against Brighton & Hove Albion.
It appears much more likely, though, that Son will make his club debut in the following game against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Tottenham’s Son Heung-min left devastated by South Korea exit as he returns to London
Naturally, Spurs have handled things better than anticipated during Son’s absence.
Although it’s difficult to hold his forward line accountable, Ange Postecoglou will have been frustrated not to win all three points at Goodison Park last weekend.
Recently, Richarlison has been outstanding; he is a player who has at last regained his confidence.
The Brazilian’s form at Everton really astounded Alan Shearer, who especially liked his long-range finish.
Spurs will aim to prevent Guglielmo Vicario’s recent struggles with set-piece pressure from becoming a regular occurrence.
To be fair, though, goalkeeping authorities have since defended the goalkeeper’s strategy.
In any case, Son’s arrival back to Tottenham will be well appreciated, even though it will regretfully come at South Korea’s expense this time.
However, with their £22 million skipper rejoining the team and James Maddison and Micky van de Ven both healthy and productive, this Postecoglou squad will be the most assembled yet.
It also appears that a different well-known figure in the Hotspur Way neighborhood might be prepared to make a significant comeback.