After failing to sign Richarlison, Saudi Arabian club now want his ‘special’ Spurs teammate instead

Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min is wanted by Al Ittihad along with Mohamed Salah ahead of the summer transfer window
Tottenham are already thought to be interested in one of their attackers, Ange Postecoglou, from Al Ittihad
The Telegraph reported in his September that Al Ittihad had made a belated attempt to sign Richarlison
Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah was their main target, but the Reds refused to sell him
Al Ittihad moved for Richarlison, but time is running out to sign the Spurs striker
The summer season is starting to come into focus and Al Ittihad could return with the signing of the Tottenham striker, but this time it will not be Richarlison
Son Heung-min wanted in Saudi Arabia Football Transfers are now reporting that Al Ittihad are looking to take Son Heung-min to Saudi Arabia
Their dream is believed to be a double move with both Salah and Son coming to flank Abderrazak Hamdallah in the attack
Romarinho Karim Benzema could leave the club this summer, and Al Ittihad intend to spend money on signing two big attacking players
Son’s contract expires in 2025, but Tottenham may have to think about something if a huge offer arrives
The Korean will turn 32 this summer, but he only has one year left on his contract
This will be Tottenham’s last chance to make money
The downside is that Son is Tottenham’s captain, one of their most popular players and a huge commercial attraction
Losing Son would be a big loss for Tottenham and he is one of Postecoglou’s most important players this season
Hailed as a “special man” by Alan Shearer, Son is hugely popular in north London and a sale would be controversial despite his age and asking price
Coach Postecoglou certainly doesn’t want Son to leave, but with Al Ittihad eyeing a big move, money could be a key factor here for both club and player







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