Bayern to sign Korean star?

Bayern to sign Korean star?

Bayern are seriously interested in Tottenham forward Son Heung-min in and plans to buy him in the coming months! Will the player agree to a change of club, given the fact that his contract with Spurs expires as early as 2025?

At the dawn of his career, the Korean attacker played for Hamburg and Bayer, where he grew into a player of a decent level in five years. And it was at Tottenham that he became a superstar - he has scored 136 goals and provided 69 assists in 344 matches. Together with Kane, Son Heung-min creates a powerful offensive fist for Spurs and helps them to perform well not only at the national level, but also at the continental level. Reaching the 2018/19 Champions League final is a clear confirmation of this.

The main position of the 30-year-old Korean on the football pitch is left forward with a 4-3-3 tactical formation. However, Son can play at the forefront of the attack. He is distinguished by incredible speed and technique, as well as exceptional focus on opposition’s goal. In addition, the player doesn’t hesitate to work in defense, thanks to which he quickly fit into Antonio Conte's vision of football.

Son Heung-min has already had a great career in North London, but he is missing one important ingredient: trophies. It's no secret that the competition in the English Premier League is very high, and Spurs can't even get one of the two Cups. Despite his innate modesty, deep down, the Korean still wants more team achievements, so he would certainly consider offers from more powerful clubs than Tottenham with undisguised interest.

In such scenarios, Bayern have a good chance to get Son and finally solve the issue with a reinforcement in attack. After the departure of Robert Lewandowski, the gap in the center of the attack is closed by the 33-year-old Cameroonian Choupo-Moting. In addition, Thomas Muller is not getting younger, Coman and Sane are prone to frequent injuries, Gnabry is unstable, and Sadio Mane has not yet adapted to new realities. Will Munich pay about 70 million euros for the experienced Korean? There is a chance for this, though not one hundred percent.

Apparently, London is Son Heung-min's comfort zone. He is a respected Tottenham player and a living legend there. Sadio Mane also played a similar role at Liverpool, but this did not prevent him from moving to Bayern without remorse. If suddenly the 30-year-old Korean finally understands the futility of his stay with Spurs, then he will surely follow the path of the Senegalese in order to get at least a couple of trophies at the end of his career.