Young striker of kimchi Heung-Min Son is on his way home join the White Hart Lane from Bayer Leverkusen and most likely, you will pass the famous fellow countryman Park Ji-Sung of Manchester United to become the bridge Asian players have the most expensive transfer value history.
Heung-Min Son is dubbed Korean Ronaldo
Very surprised that they target striker striker Heung-Min Son Korea of Bayer Leverkusen. Recently, two popular dailies of Britain's Daily Star and Evening Standard are simultaneously reported Rudi Voller's technical director BayArena field team has confirmed 21 new striker of Koreans who came to check Tottenham medical before officially signed a contract with Mauricio Pochettino's side.
Speaking on Sky Sports television after the second leg play-off round of the Champions League when Leverkusen won 3-0 to Lazio in the group stage, Mr Voller said: "Had the offer been made and we also progressed negotiations. He (Son) did not play ball today because no health recovery after illness last week. At this point, he still is our people. We have tried to negotiate to keep him in the back with the team but that seems beyond our ability. "
According to British media reports, if completing the medical tests today in Tottenham, Heung-Min Son will officially sign the contract on joining Spurs from Leverkusen with values of up to 21.4 million pounds - a record price of an Asian player when the next Premiership match. Earlier, this title belongs to the famous midfielder Park Ji-sung when he arrived from PSV MU summer of 2005 for £ 4 million.
British record for Asian football league's most expensive of Park Ji-sung was in his junior compatriot break
Last season, in shirt Leverkusen, Heung-Min Son has done very well after scoring 17 goals in 42 appearances for the club. He also holds the record for the transfer of the BayArena Stadium Hamburg SV arriving from summer 2013 for 10 million euros.
Heung-Min Son has emerged as one of the Asian players play the best in the Bundesliga 2 years and football fans in Korea, has called him "Sonaldo" with reviews comparing him "Ronaldo South National ".