Bundesliga outfit Wolfsburg have made a £24million bid for Tottenham Hotspur’s South Korean attacker, Son Heung-min.

Dieter Hecking’s German side are yet to receive a response from Spurs, who signed the now-24-year-old on a five-year deal from Bayer Leverkusen for £21.9m last August.

Son scored eight goals in 42 games in all competitions last season, but failed to establish himself as a regular first-team player ahead of the likes of Christian Eriksen, Erik Lamela and Dele Alli.

South Korean attacker Son points to the sky after scoring against Chelsea last season

The Lilywhites’ signing of striker Vincent Janssen from Eredivisie outfit AZ Alkmaar this summer, to compete with last season’s Premier League Golden Boot winner Harry Kane, has raised further doubts about Son’s future at White Hart Lane.

And speaking ahead of South Korea’s World Cup qualifying clash with China in Seoul on Thursday, Son said: ‘I haven’t heard anything about my transfer.

‘I don’t want to think about things happening outside the stadium. I just want to focus on playing football.

‘It’s not a good sign that transfer rumours are coming out, but I think it’s meaningful that those in Germany acknowledge me.’

 It is understood Spurs are willing to listen to offers for him as manager Mauricio Pochettino reshapes his attack – Leicester City and Everton are also said to be interested in his services.
Son has not yet played for Spurs this season because of his involvement with his country’s national team at the recent Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
West Bromwich Albion confirmed the signing of Nacer Chadli for £13m on Monday, while Hull City and Sunderland have an interest in an £8m deal for Ryan Mason.


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