Son wants to stay at Spurs for a decade
Son has publicised that he would like to spend ten years at Tottenham. That is after he has just signed a new contract.
As you all know, as it was well publicised, Son signed a new contract with the club last month. This means he will be with us until 2025, which he would then be 34.
He also said that he was keen to say that his mental health and focus was on bettering himself each day and each season. Once he reaches that mark, he should be entitled to a Testimonial, if he wants, but it wasn’t his main focus.
Son said to a Sky Sports reporter: “Yes [would like to spend a decade at Spurs], if I can stay for another four years and football is never promised, so let’s see. That’s why I signed because I don’t want to move again somewhere else. I could be here for ten years or more than ten years, you never know what’s going to happen in the future, but I try to be focused every day, I try to improve every day and every single season. I think that the mindset is more important than the testimonial after 10 years.”
Son has been an excellent servant to the club. Some thought that his coming to Tottenham was just a promotional sales gimmick so that Club could tap into the Asian market. But he has shown what an excellent player he is and has made a great partnership with Harry Kane. Even without him, he has managed to stand high and prospered brilliantly.
Son signing a new contract might – just might – make Kane think twice before taking that final step in leaving the club.
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