“He’s perfect”Postecoglou trusts 31-years-old player to manage his own fitness and deal with Fulham

Tottenham Hotspur manager Ange Postecoglou has now insisted that he will not look to change Son Heung-Min despite his fitness concerns.

Postecoglou was speaking to The Standardahead of the tie with Fulham on Monday night and insisted Son can be trusted to manage himself.

Given Son’s persistent groin issue, the Spurs manager was asked if he may be best to rest the forward on occasion.

However, Postecoglou insisted that it’s Son’s decision and there’s no benefit to changing his ways at Tottenham now.

Postecoglou said: “Look, as long as he’s still scoring goals, I don’t care mate.

“He doesn’t have to train, he doesn’t have to do anything! He’s scored six goals [this season] and he scored for Korea at the weekend.

“Sonny is who he is and he’s got to where he is because of the person he is and I’m certainly not going to change any part of that mate.


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