Tottenham Hotspur have lost five of their last six league matches and their downturn in form in recent weeks has seen them slip to ninth position in the league table.

The north London club are in danger of missing out on next season’s Champions League.

This has resulted in rumours linking some of their players to other clubs, including Son Heung-min. The forward has been in fine form this season, managing 18 goals and registering 12 assists in all competitions.

Over the past few days, reports have suggested Juventus are interested in the South Korea international.

Il Bianconero have looked at these claims and provided the Turin club’s stance on signing José Mourinho’s man.

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The outlet wastes no time in explaining Son ‘doesn’t appear to be a concrete goal’ of the Old Lady in the next market.

The attacker is valued in excess of €100m and these are ‘unattainable figures’ for the Serie A winners, especially when football finances all over the world are impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.

These factors make it ‘impossible’ for Juventus to make an approach for the Spurs star.