Tottenham superstar Son Heung-min may be in no rush to sign a new contract with the Spurs, believes former England right-back Danny Mills. Son has been in impressive form and he could assess other potential opportunities. The South Korean is the club's leading scorer in all competitions with 17 goals to his name. His current deal expiring in the summer of 2023.
"If Tottenham are struggling because of covid then everybody else is going to be struggling," Mills told Football Insider. “I know the stadium was going to be used for other events and that was going to be a huge source of revenue for them but that will come back. That’s not going to be a massive issue.
“Where does Son go? He’ll have to go to a top club and they’re going to have to pay top dollar and do they have the money? If I was Tottenham I’d be trying to tie him down immediately because I think he’s a fantastic player, he’s exceptional.
"His work rate, his levels of consistency. He seems like the type of person that everybody would want. If I was Tottenham I’d get him signed up sooner rather than later. Maybe it’s him that’s being patient. Maybe he’s had a look at it and thought ‘You know what, I’ll get some offers and there’s plenty of time, no rush. I’ll just wait and see what happens."
Tottenham have lost to West Ham United with a 2-1 score. Meanwhile, Daily Mail suggests that it could be the last game in charge of Jose Mourinho.
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