Liverpool reportedly eyeing shock move for Spurs star Son Heung-min
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Liverpool are reportedly eyeing a shock move for Tottenham star Son Heung-min following reports he wants a new challenge.
Son has been plying his trade at Spurs since 2015 following his £22 million transfer from Bayer Leverkusen.
He's been prolific for the Premier League side, scoring an impressive 136 goals during his spell at the club.
Son scored an impressive 23 league goals last season as he shared the Premier League Golden Boot award with Liverpool's Mohamed Salah.
But his time in North London could come to an end, with German outlet Sport 1 claiming the 30-year-old wants a move away.
And further reports suggest Liverpool have emerged as a surprise suitor amid Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain's interest.
That's according to CaughtOffside, who report Liverpool are keeping tabs on Son's situation.
His contract expires in 2025, having penned a new deal last year.
But it's suggested that Spurs could be open to listening to offers with the player entering his 30s.
And they'll want to avoid a repeat of selling their prized assets below their market value, having sold the likes of Toby Alderweireld, Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli on the cheap.
Son, who is thought to be valued at around £67.5 million, has scored just three league goals this season.
He scored a quick-fire hat-trick against Leicester City to open his goal account for the term.
As for Liverpool, they sold Sadio Mane last summer and snapped up Darwin Nunez while extending Salah's contract.
Roberto Firmino's contract is set to expire in June 2023, meaning Jurgen Klopp could look to bolster his attacking options next summer.
Son could be the ideal candidate considering his proven track record in England's top flight.
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