Heung-Min Son has reportedly named his terms and conditions prior to possible transfer to Real Madrid next summer transfer market, claims the Express.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-Min has been reportedly considered as a top priority target for the summer transfer market of 2021. This rumour was first covered by Ekrem Konur who claimed that Zinedine Zidane has been closely monitoring the 28-year-old’s performance and is eager on having him at the club.
A report from the Express now states that Son Heung-Min has named his terms and conditions to Real Madrid if he is to sign for the club next summer. The report states that the South Korean forward wants to have the status of a superstar at the club which indirectly could mean having an indispensable role in the starting eleven.
With Eden Hazard on the left flank at the club, Son could be indicating that he wants to be a starter at the club which means that Los Blancos would have to show their Belgian the door next summer. Eden Hazard has not yet found his feet at Real Madrid, however, it is highly unlikely that the club will consider offloading their most expensive signing after two seasons.
Meanwhile, some sources have claimed that Hazard could be sold next summer since the player has failed to live up to the expectations and his market value has depreciated by twice the amount that was paid to sign him in 2019.
If these rumours are to be true, then signing Son Heung-Min would be a smart move. The South Korean is a lethal left-winger due to his goal-scoring exploits and can play a key role in rebuilding the impotent attack at the club that is reliant on Karim Benzema.
With 12 goals and five assists already so far in the Premier League, Los Blancos are already smitten by his goal-scoring exploits. However, since Son is on a contract until the summer of 2023, Real Madrid would have to pay a huge sum of money if they plan on signing the forward next summer.
He is currently valued at 90 million euros on the transfer market and Tottenham Hotspur would certainly demand a figure between 100-120 million euros if they plan on selling their mercurial forward two seasons before his contract expires.