- Chelsea should make a move to sign Tottenham’s Son Heung-Min.
- Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are all chasing Son.
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Could Chelsea make a move to sign Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-Min this summer? We’re not currently being linked, but we ought to be.
According to Sport1, all of Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are keen on signing Son this summer. the South Korean is thought to be valued in the region of £62M.
Daniel Levy is notoriously reluctant to do business with Premier League rivals, but the sale of Kyle Walker last summer proved that he will opt to cash-in if the price is right.
Son found the back of the net 18-times in all competitions for Spurs last season. The season prior, he scored 21.
None of our wingers, bar Eden Hazard, are capable of getting close to that goal-haul, which is why Son would be a logical target for us this summer.
If he is available for the aforementioned price, Chelsea ought to sell Willian to Manchester United and reinvest the funds in a younger, more prolific replacement in Son.