Real Madrid is  plotting  a surprise transfer for £190,000 Spurs star player.

Son Heung-min, an attacking player for Tottenham Hotspur, is reportedly being watched by Real Madrid.

The South Korean international has sparked a lot of interest in the Spanish capital as they try to bolster their offensive squad.

Real Madrid is reportedly keeping a close eye on his development and has already indicated interest in signing him, according to a report from Fichajes.

It is unknown whether Real Madrid will decide to make a move for the £190,000 per week attacker at the end of the current campaign. He currently has a contract with Spurs that runs through the summer of 2025.

Son is already 31 years old, and it’s unlikely that he will become better over time. The ideal forward for Real Madrid to invest in is one who is younger and has a bigger potential.

The South Korean has been a superb employee for Tottenham Hotspur since joining the team, and he has the potential to become a world-class player in today’s game.

Son, who has five goals in seven games this season in all competitions, will try to help Tottenham get back into the Champions League.

The 31-year-old is unlikely to be traded in the middle of the season, and Daniel Levy might ask for more money for him towards the conclusion of the year.

Any player might find the chance to play for Real Madrid alluring, so it will be intriguing to see if the Spanish team can persuade the South Korean to sign with them.

The 31-year-old’s decision about a rumored contract extension at the London club is still up in the air.


Spurs set to make surprise swoop for former player as Fulham target £17m striker

All the most recent transfer rumors in the Premier League as Fulham plans a second offer for a goal-producing striker and Spurs get ready to bring their former winger home.

According to today’s revelation that Spurs have selected a player in Portugal for a future bid—and not just any kid, but one that they permitted to depart at the age of 20—it appears that they are already planning their transfer objectives for next summer. Marcus Edwards might soon make his long-anticipated comeback to north London.

The now 24-year-old winger should be in the England team, according to Sporting manager Rben Amorim, and his 12 goals in 49 games last year do give some credence to the notion that he might be very useful. Although Sport Witness is careful to note that they are only one of “several European clubs” that are watching the Enfield-born wideman, Spurs appear eager to put that to the test.

Spurs reportedly stand to gain in either scenario since they have a 35% sell-on clause on the player. In exchange for signing Pedro Porro, they decreased it from 50% to 40%. That is not possible in Football Manager.

Edwards is one of the best dribblers in the game and a decent goal threat, but he is also one of the least defensively-minded forwards you can find, which may not work well with Ange Postecoglou’s high-intensity pressing style of play. Edwards has quietly been racking up accolades in the Primera Liga for some time. Although there is no mention of a transfer cost, Spurs should have a good deal of negotiating power because to the substantial sell-on clause.

Fulham back in for Stuttgart star

Serhou Guirassy of VfB Stuttgart has scored an insane 10 goals in his first five Bundesliga games of the current season, which is presumably making Marco Silva feel fairly sick considering Fulham made a serious effort to buy him toward the close of the summer transfer window.

That didn’t work out (obviously), but neither has anyone else who plays up front for the Cottagers. They might be relieved to learn that he has a €20 million release clause in his contract for next summer. That’s pretty good money for anyone who can score ten goals before the end of September. Sport Witness predicts they’ll make another attempt to sign the Guinean forward.

The 27-year-old Guirassy has rocketed into form at Stuttgart and currently has a total of 21 goals in 27 top-flight outings for the German club after many consistent but not particularly outstanding years in France. At €20 million, it’s probably a great deal, but by next June, it’s likely that Fulham won’t be the only team aware of the release clause.

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