Son Heung-min has become a crucial figure in Tottenham Hotspur’s plans, but rumours have emerged suggesting that the attacker could be on his way out of the club.
On Tuesday, Sport1 reported that Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United are among the clubs believed to be interested in signing the South Korean.
The publication claims that Son is ready to take that next step, but there is still a fear of military service hanging over the player’s head.
Under Korean law, sportsmen are only exempt from joining up with the army if they win a medal at the Olympics or win the Asian Games, which take place in August this year.
All men need to complete military service before the age of 28, which means that Son has a two-year window.
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The attack-minded star signed for Spurs from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015, and last season he scored 18 goals in all competitions.
Arsenal fans have been posting their thoughts on the transfer rumour via Reddit.