The South Korean international has been in stupendous form this season, scoring 15 goals across all competitions for the north London-based outfit, as well as showing an efficiency to his play yet to be seen in previous campaigns.
Son has particularly emerged as a leader in Mauricio Pochettino’s team following his return from the Asian Cup, scoring some vital goals in the absence of Harry Kane and Dele Alli to keep the club’s slim title hopes alive.
Be sure to check out the incredible story of the man who rose from a Tanzanian refugee camp to become one of Australia’s biggest football stars in the video below…
At 26 years of age, it could even be argued that the former Bayer Leverkusen forward is yet to reach his peak, which, in the modern day market, should see him placed as one of the most valuable commodities in Europe.
However, Wright’s valuation feels far too low, and Spurs fans on Twitter have wasted no time in setting the record straight…
"Son is £60M-£70M now, and he has surely got to be in and around that money." #THFC
— Daily Hotspur (@Daily_Hotspur) February 12, 2019
Wrighty, what are you on? 60m doesn’t get you an elite FB, Son is an elite forward.
— Daniel Shack (@Daniel_Shack) February 12, 2019
Double it and add 50mil maybe. Callum Wilson is being quoted at that price ???
— Wayne mcgarry (@wayne_mcgarry) February 12, 2019
Wrong. Sonny is priceless.
— James R. Crawley (@jrcrawley) February 12, 2019
No way. Levy’s asking price (even if he were to leave) wouldn’t even start at 70m. Double that.
— JO (@ajaj161077) February 12, 2019
He’s easily worth £100mil. The guy scores and creates so many goals and works harder than anyone and has that bit of skill to beat a man ??
— Nathan Stannard (@NathanStannard) February 12, 2019
Which strand of hair is he talking about for 60m?
— Levy and Lewis Out (@RealDGGHD) February 12, 2019
Genuinely, at least 100m imo. https://t.co/z92fKMQSSx
— tehTrunk (@tehTrunk) February 12, 2019
2nd best goals per minute ratio in the whole league this season after Aguero. 100M easy.
— Planetspurs.com (@Planetspurs) February 12, 2019