The Telegraph report that Tottenham Hotspur will spare themselves another summer of uncertainty over their star player by triggering an option to extend the contract of Son Heung-min.
Son’s existing deal is scheduled to expire at the end of next season, but Telegraph Sport can disclose that the club hold an option to extend it by at least a further year that they will take up.
It means Son is effectively committed to Tottenham until 2026 at the earliest. Although the option has not yet been triggered and is unlikely to be imminently, the expectation and intention of both the club and the South Korean is that it will be.
Spurs may even wait until the end of the season to formally trigger the option over 31-year-old Son, as the club are so relaxed over his future and do not need to distract him at all in the meantime.Read on m.allfootballapp.com