Tottenham Star, Heung-min Son Could Join Napoli










Tottenham star Heung-min Son would be available to a future move to Serie A side Napoli, as per his operator Thies Bliemeister. 






Child has built up himself as probably the best forward in the Premier League and Europe since joining Tottenham from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015. 

The South Korea universal has scored 70 objectives for Spurs, while he assumed a key job in the club's paramount raced to last season's Champions League last. 

Be that as it may, another experience in Italy could intrigue the 27-year-old, who has gotten three objectives in all rivalries this term. 

"I've never carried a player to Napoli, however I'd like to on the grounds that [Diego] Maradona, my preferred player, played for them," Bliemeister revealed to Radio Marte's 'Si gonfia la rete'. 







"I've conversed with Napoli previously, with administrators who are no longer at the club. I'll exploit this twofold header with Salzburg to converse with them. 

"Concerning Son at Napoli, why not? You can never say never in football. Child loves Italy, the nourishment and Italian individuals. 

"It is difficult to take him from Tottenham on the grounds that he costs a great deal at the same time, at some point, who knows?" 

Child scored the opening objective in Tottenham's embarrassing 7-2 Champions League misfortune to Bayern Munich on Tuesday. 

The forward likewise got a prop against Crystal Palace in the association a month ago, while contributing a solitary aid three different matches against Arsenal, Leicester City and Southampton. 







He has hit twofold figures in objectives in his past three Premier League seasons, scoring multiple times since the beginning of the 2016-17 battle. 

In spite of his structure making him one of Europe's best assaulting players, Son uncovered he was glad to not get the open consideration like a portion of football's different hotshots. 






"Actually no, not in any manner. Dislike Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo," Son told DAZN and Goal. 






"I can just put forth a valiant effort and attempt to assist the group with it. On the off chance that I can do that, I will be upbeat." 






Child will be quick to locate the back of the net on Saturday, as Spurs travel to confront Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium.





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