Heung-min Son has been one of the key players for Tottenham Hotspur in their attack, alongside Harry Kane, for the last few seasons.
The South Korea international signed a five-year deal with the north London club last summer, but that hasn’t stopped his agent Thies Bliemeister from talking about a potential move to Napoli when speaking to Radio Marte’s Si gonfia la rete.
“Son at Naples? Why not? In football never say never. Son likes Italy, food and Italian people. It’s not easy to move away from Tottenham because he will cost a lot, but one day, who knows…” the forward’s representative was quoted as saying by CalcioNapoli24.
Bliemeister also represent Son’s compatriot Hwang Hee-chan, who is currently plying his trade for Red Bull Salzburg and got his name on the scoresheet during his side’s 4-3 defeat to Liverpool.
The aforementioned clubs and Napoli are placed in the same group in the Champions League and Bliemeister admitted he will talk to Carlo Ancelotti’s side when the Serie A side face Salzburg.
“I have never taken a player to Naples, but I would also like it because Maradona, my favourite, played for Napoli,” he said.
“I have had contacts with Napoli in the past, with managers who are no longer at the club. I will take advantage of these two matches with Salzburg to talk to Napoli.”
Son has been directly involved in 20 goals in all competitions for Mauricio Pochettino’s side over the last three seasons.