Son Heung-min is close to signing a new Tottenham contract in what should be major positive news for the club.
Tottenham sacked their manager and faced a backlash from their fans because they decided to join the suspended European Super League.
Daniel Levy has had to preside over all that negativity in the last few days and he will be delighted with the latest development.
This has been arguably Son’s best season in England with the South Korean already involved in 24 goals and assists in 32 Premier League games.
He has formed a deadly partnership with Harry Kane in the Tottenham attack which almost won them the Carabao Cup trophy.
His performances this season deserves a new deal especially if the club wants to protect itself from losing him for a small transfer fee.
Team Talk says Son will soon sign a new deal as negotiations have reached an advanced stage.
The future of his strike partner, Kane, remains uncertain and the club cannot afford to lose both of them.
If Kane does end up leaving it is at least some small consolation that Son will not be following him out of the door.