Re-sign Son Heung-min + sign England international striker + release 11 players

Tottenham’s summer preparations

The goal is to keep the players you want to keep, bring in new players, and let go of surplus resources.

The season is over. Now, teams must prepare for the summer transfer market.

Tottenham have one player in mind. Eberechi Eze.

The Daily Mail, a British media outlet, reported on August 8 that “England’s Crystal Palace striker Eze has attracted interest from Tottenham. Eze has a release clause of £60 million (approx. KRW 1,054 million) with Crystal Palace. Tottenham will need £60 million to sign him,” the report said.

Eze is an attacking midfielder with excellent technique. His individuality and athleticism make it easy for him to break away from opponents. His passing, shooting, and vision are excellent in other areas as well.

Last season, he scored 11 goals and provided four assists in 27 games. He is one of the best attacking options in the entire Premier League.

Ahead of Euro 2024, he increased his value by being named to the England squad. He’s one of the favorites to win the tournament and has a place in an England squad that boasts a lot of quality.

If Spurs can retain Eze, they can link up with the likes of Son Heung-min, James Maddison, and Dejan Kuluczewski to create a more devastating attack.

Another challenge for Tottenham is re-signing Son Heung-min. On August 8, British media outlet Gibme Sports reported, “Tottenham are looking to sign Son Heung-min to a long-term contract. Son will be able to stay at Tottenham until he retires. The current rumors of a move to Fenerbahce are unlikely to happen.” ”Son Heung-min will stay at Tottenham after next season. He will most likely finish the rest of his career at Tottenham.”

Son Heung-min’s existing contract with Tottenham ends in the summer of 2025. Spurs have an option to extend it by one year. Initially, Spurs wanted to use this option to extend his contract, but after Son’s rumored move to Fenerbahce, Spurs were in a hurry.

The talk of re-signing Son has been ongoing since last summer. Even during the middle of last season, it was reported that Tottenham and Son 토토사이트 were in talks, but the lack of tangible results means that the talks have not gone as planned.

No matter how many players they sign, losing Son Heung-min would be a much bigger blow to Spurs than adding more. In 10 seasons at Tottenham, Son is fifth on the club’s all-time goalscoring list with 162 goals. He was also the first non-European captain in the club’s history to lead the younger players.

Last season, he scored 17 goals and provided 10 assists in the Premier League alone. Fifth in the league in attacking points. Led the team in both goals and assists.

Tottenham absolutely need Son Heung-min. His presence has become even more important since Harry Kane’s departure.

If they keep him, and if they succeed in signing players in the summer transfer market, they’ll just have to clear out the surplus of resources. Tottenham have already offloaded eight players.

On June 6, Tottenham announced the release of eight players on their official website. The names included Eric Dier, Ivan Perisic, Ryan Sessegnon, and 토토사이트 Japhet Tanganga. All of these players were once starters or key rotation members for Spurs.

Charlie Sayers, Billy Hibbs, Kieran Morgan, and Han Wilhoof-King were also placed on the release list. They were young players who weren’t good enough to be in the Tottenham rotation.

The list doesn”t end there. There are more players to be released.

According to the British publication The Sun, Spurs are not done cleaning up their squad. “The departures are a clear sign of Spurs manager Enze Postecoglou”s intentions. It is a sign that he wants to overhaul the squad this summer. Postecoglou is ready to let go of 11 players from the first team,” the report said.


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