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Son Heung-min’s friendly gesture to £15m transfer target sparks excitement among some Spurs fans
By Rob S -

Son Heung-min got Tottenham fans off their seats on Wednesday night with a headed winner against Norwich City… and that was not the only thing he did to get the Spurs community excited.

After sealing three points which closed the gap to fourth-placed Chelsea to just six, Sonny was seen sharing a hug and a smiley word with Norwich starlet Max Aarons.

Son is a friendly chap, so it would perhaps be wise not to read too much into such a moment.

But such is our desperate need for a new right-back, many Spurs fans couldn’t stop themselves adding 2+2 and getting a big wet 5.

The Spurs Web fuelled the Twitter fun by posting a video of Son’s brief cuddle with Aarons, along with the caption: “Agent Sonny…”

And the replies rolled in:

Aarons is a fine footballer and one of the few players likely to continue playing Premier League football after Norwich’s almost inevitable relegation back to the Championship.

And it was claimed in The Sun earlier this month that Aarons was on Jose Mourinho’s wish-list, with Daniel Levy said to be happy to splash £15m on either him or fellow youngster Nathan Ferguson.

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7 responses to “Son Heung-min’s friendly gesture to £15m transfer target sparks excitement among some Spurs fans”

  1. Is Gascoigne gonna have a crac says:

    What’s the date now? 25th? Groundhog window continues as always. Let’s see if Levy can agree just ONE permanent fee before the Chinese wipe us all out.

    • Is Gascoigne gonna have a crac says:

      Didn’t realise that Utd v Burnley match was on BT. Of course, go and look at Martials finishing……hmmmmm, and Tranmere last night winning too. I’m off to watch the highlights and I expect a set piece in there with questionable marking.

  2. Spurs est1882 says:

    Pzaitic (sp) being held up because Spurs don’t want to meet £30m valuation… This is simple, if a 23yr old striker is not worth £30m+ should we even be looking?! Honestly, we want a player that can cover and challenge Kane, this screams panic buy. I just give up.

  3. Boris says:

    15m is just deluded

  4. Boris says:

    m deluded

  5. Jonathan Asmerom says:

    Not so sure about Sonny being an agent after watching this😉https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgk158rLFHk&t=71s

  6. James McKevitt says:

    £15 million is not going to buy Max, he’ll have more suitors than Spurs, attacking fullbacks as good are on every club’s wishlist.