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Tottenham to trigger clause which will keep star play at the club until 2026

By Mehdi Gokal -

Tottenham Hotspur are set to activate a clause in Heung-min Son’s contract that will keep the South Korean star at the club until 2026, according to a recent report from The Athletic.

The decision underscores Son’s importance to the team and his role as a key figure under manager Ange Postecoglou.

He returned to his best form last season and stepped up in the absence of Harry Kane, taking on the role of a captain.

Son demonstrated remarkable versatility, stepping up as a number 9 when needed and delivering stellar performances. Despite his adaptability, his most effective position remains on the left wing, where he continues to be a significant attacking threat.

With his contract initially set to expire in 2025, the club is now set to trigger an option to extend it by an additional year, ensuring Son remains a part of their plans until 2026.

Tottenham’s plans to bolster their attack

Tottenham are also focused on strengthening their attacking options this summer. They have already secured Timo Werner on a loan extension for another year, but the club’s ambitions don’t stop there. Spurs are targeting at least two more attacking signings to bolster their squad.

The void left by Harry Kane’s departure is still a critical area that Tottenham needs to address.

The club has been linked with several potential strikers, including Brentford’s Ivan Toney and Feyenoord’s Santiago Gimenez.

Meanwhile, Richarlison’s future at Tottenham remains uncertain, with reports suggesting that the club might consider selling him if a compelling offer comes their way.

The upcoming summer transfer window could be an exciting one for Tottenham. Ange Postecoglou will be focused on building a squad capable of challenging for the Premier League title.


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