Joining Liverpool from Tottenham Hotspur would make zero sense for Son

Tottenham Hotspur attacker Son Heung-min is attracting interest from Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool, according to Sport1.

What’s the word?

It is difficult to overshadow the enormity of Harry Kane at Tottenham, but last season, Son became reliable for goals when his teammate was out of action.

In total, the South Korean international found the back of the net 18 times and produced 11 assists to help Mauricio Pochettino’s side to another decent season.

The club secured third place in the Premier League table and reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup, but ended up losing to Manchester United.

Seemingly out of nowhere, Sport1 reported on Tuesday that Arsenal, United and Liverpool are all tracking Son.

The media outlet stated that the 25-year-old feels ready to move up to the next level in his career.

Why are Liverpool the wrong option?

There is nothing to say that Son would not succeed at Anfield, but the question is, would it be a step up?

Both Tottenham and Liverpool are regular top-four contenders, but it is Spurs who have finished higher in the table than the Reds in the past three seasons.

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Jurgen Klopp managed to guide the Merseyside outfit to the Champions League final, of which they ultimately lost, in the 2017-18 campaign.

However, the seasons between Tottenham and Liverpool were not far apart.

Both clubs are heading in the right direction with their respective managers, and both seem to be on a relatively level playing field.

Therefore, it would make very little sense for Son to switch to Liverpool if his desire is to move up a gear.