Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal battle it out for South Korean international
The trio of Premier League clubs have all been linked with a surprise swoop for Tottenham Hotspur wing forward Son Heiun- Min with reports claiming the player could be tempted in a move due to the team lack of success.
The South Korean arrived at the club from Bayern Leverkusen in 2015 and has risen into one of the club pivotal figures, scoring 18 and laying up 18 assists in 53 appearances last campaign.
But reports claim his ruthlessness in front of goal has gone unnoticed by other top premier league clubs and Spurs could face a fight in convincing the star in remaining at the club beyond this summer.
Son is also rumoured to be keen on a move largely due to the club lack of trophies despite securing another top-three finish in the league.
Reds manager Jurgen Klopp is ardent on adding more attacking influence in his team after the deal to bring Naby Fekir from Lyon collapsed in the final hour over medical concerns.
Meanwhile, Chelsea and Arsenal are also eager in further additions ahead of Maurizio Sarri and Unai Emery first seasons at the helm of the London clubs.
However, the clubs would have a hard time in convincing Tottenham’s prudent chairman Daniel Levy in given the green light for a move for the player.