Tottenham Hotspur’s South Korean striker Son Heung-min didn’t expect to sign a new contract this soon. and ready to repay the trust of the club.
Son Heung-min extended his contract with Spurs until 2025 on July 23, marking his third contract with the club. After first signing from Bayer Leverkusen for £22m in 2015. He signed a five-year contract, then renewed in July 2018 for a five-year contract until 2023.
“I didn’t expect to get a new contract so soon. Because I still have two years left on my contract. They showed how much they loved me.”
“It’s been a great honor to play here for six years, they’ve given me so much. And I want to pay back I am very pleased to be here. It’s an honor to play for this club. Now, in five years, I hope we can achieve great goals together,” the South Korean forward said.