British media “If Kane leaves, SON will leave” ↔ Son Heung-min “I think I can play for a few more years”

Local media predicted that if Harry Kane leaves Tottenham Hotspur, Son Heung-min will also transfer. However, Son Heung-min’s interview was different from such expectations.

Rumors of Kane’s transfer are not new today. Kane has grown into one of the world’s best strikers at Tottenham, and has scored 206 goals in the league alone, ranking third in the English Premier League (EPL) all-time scoring list. However, the team has repeatedly fallen on its knees at important thresholds and has not yet been able to build a championship trophy in its career.

It is no different this season. Tottenham is a powerful situation in all competitions, and accordingly, the expectation that Kane will transfer to Bayern Munich or Manchester United has prevailed. In Munich, you can expect a fixed championship trophy, and in Manchester United, you can seize the opportunity to rise to the top of the EPL record.

The same is true of Son Heung-min’s transfer rumors. Son Heung-min was once again recognized for his skills by scoring 23 goals in the EPL last season and winning the top scorer award. This season also showed signs of a recent revival. Nevertheless, with the team performance that continues to show ups and downs, the link with Barcelona continues to rise. 스포츠토토

Locals predicted that if Kane left, Son Heung-min would also decide to transfer. England’s ‘Talk Sports’ quoted an interview with former England midfielder Darren Ambrose on the 17th (Korean time) and said, “I think Son Heung-min will leave Tottenham if Kane leaves. Son Heung-min may not be in good form, but most ‘s club will still take him.”

However, Son Heung-min’s interview was quite different from these expectations. He scored the opening goal against Bournemouth in the 14th minute with a clean finish and succeeded in scoring his 143rd goal for Tottenham. Through this, he achieved the splendid feat of being tied for 6th place in Tottenham’s all-time scoring list with Jermaine Defoe.

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