Tottenham Hotspur looks set to keep talented South Korean attacker Son Heung-min at the club, with The Sun reporting that they have rejected a £24 million offer from Wolfsburg for the star.
The White Hart Lane side landed the Asian attacker from Bayer Leverkusen last summer following impressive displays in the Bundesliga by the versatile forward.
Son showed glimpses of his considerable ability in his first season with the North London club but was not always guaranteed a starting berth in Spurs’ side.
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Rumblings in the press have suggested that Mauricio Pochettino was willing to part company with the Korean star this summer, with questions over his level of commitment without the ball.
However, despite Wolfsburg being intent on taking Son back to the Bundesliga, Tottenham are believed to have dug their heels in over the 24-year-old.
The versatile attacker can play on either flank or as a centre forward, but is most commonly deployed on the right side of midfield by Pochettino.