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Spurs finished seventh last season and parted company with Jose Mourinho in April due to poor performances.
A long managerial search saw them eventually settle on Nuno Espirito Santo who is keen to get Spurs back on track.
One man he'll need on side is Son and cameras captured him returning to the club's training complex in Enfield - not exactly looking thrilled.
Son is one of Spurs' key attackers alongside Harry Kane, who has been linked with a move away this summer.
Kane reportedly informed chairman Daniel Levy of his decision in May and he's desperate to win trophies.
Fans think Son's glum reaction to getting back to business is proof they've broke 'the nicest man in football.'
When you gotta play in the Europa conference league this season pic.twitter.com/npAxlvrlB2
- Miles ★ (@Milessnz) July 19, 2021
You've broken the happiest man on the planet, congratulations
- Simply (@Simply_Spurs) July 19, 2021
He looks delighted :neutral_face:
- Luka ⚜️ (@Lukathfc) July 19, 2021
He looks upset smh probably thinking "damn I still have to play with Winks, Dier and Sissoko"
- FINN FONN (@jakeyday) July 19, 2021
He doesn't look entirely happy. What have you guys done?
- Ankit (@Ankit_THFC) July 19, 2021
We did it. Spurs actually broke the happiest man in football.
- Tom (@TomHayward05) July 19, 2021
The 29-year-old has reportedly spoken with Espirito Santo and agreed a new deal with the Lilywhites until 2024.
He scored 20 goals last season but still regrets the way Mourinho left the club.
"It's always sad if someone loses their job," Son told TV3 Sport per HITC. "Having worked with him for 17 or 18 months, it's been up and down it's been good and sometimes we've been not so good.
"I think for me and my memory he will still be one of the best managers in the world.
"It's just so sad that he didn't go with success. It was really sad because he is the guy that wins everything.
"It was the only team that he wasn't successful, so I feel really sorry about this kind of thing."
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