Son Heung-min’s chances of leaving Tottenham and going to Fenerbahce increase → Mourinho wants ‘directly’

Just when the contract renewal negotiations between Son Heung-min (31) and Tottenham Hotspur were becoming sluggish, Fenerbahce SK coach Jose Mourinho (61) appeared.
Reporter Rudy Galetti of British media ‘Team Talk’ recently said, “Son Heung-min is receiving a lot of interest from Fenerbahce with 12 months left on his contract with Tottenham,” and added, “Tottenham coach Anger Postekoglou will try to keep him.” reported.

He added, “However, uncertainty surrounding Son Heung-min continues, and Coach Mourinho is targeting him as his first signing since taking charge of Fenerbahce.”

This is somewhat shocking news.
It is true that Son Heung-min is in his 30s, so it would not be surprising if he hits an ‘aging curve’ in terms of his playing style, but he is still one of the best players in the Premier League, and this season, he scored 17 goals and 10 assists, showing the best performance on both offense and defense. Because it was unfolded.

Some say that Tottenham’s lukewarm attitude toward contract renewal played a significant role in the possibility of Son Heung-min’s transfer.
Initially, Tottenham prioritized activating the extension option included in the existing contract rather than signing a long-term contract.

It is also natural for the club to feel risky in signing a long-term contract with a player in his 30s.
Not only do they have to return their long-term contributions with a high salary, but they also have to endure a decline in performance that may come at any time.

In fact, Liverpool is known to completely exclude long-term contract renewals or recruitment of players in their 30s.
One thing that is unfortunate is that Son Heung-min is by no means a ‘simple presence’ at Tottenham.

Son Heung-min, who left Bayer 04 Leverkusen and changed to the Tottenham uniform in 2015, recorded 162 goals and 84 assists in 408 games over a period of nearly 10 years, and made a significant contribution to the team’s position as a big club.
Last summer, he began wearing the captain’s armband, filling the void left by Hugo Lloris and Harry Kane.

Coach Mourinho, who announced his ‘brilliant return’ by taking charge of Fenerbahce last week, is a familiar face to domestic soccer fans as he led Tottenham and coached Son Heung-min from 2019 to 2021.
The ‘fantastic chemistry’ shown by coach Mourinho and Son Heung-min at the time is also expected to be a major factor in Son Heung-min’s decision to go to Fenerbahce.

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