Real Madrid are considering the name of Son Heung-min to strengthen its forward line. The versatile Korean striker has just completed his seventh season with Tottenham. His current contract with Spurs runs until June 2025. The frustrated signing of Kylian Mbappé, among other reasons, motivates the 'merengues' to pursue this signing.
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After Mbappé unexpectedly decided to stay at PSG, Real Madrid has been forced to adjust its offensive plans. Although it does not seem that it will invest any money in the recruitment of a new striker this summer, the club keeps several attacking options on their sights.
Real Madrid has already made two big-name signings and is not lagging behind in the summer market. The Spanish giants already made official the arrivals of Aurélien Tchouaméni and Antonio Rüdiger, but now they are aiming to sign a striker after the departure of Gareth Bale and the possible departure of Marco Asensio.
Carlo Ancelotti already has a well-defined forward line with Vinicius Junior, Karim Benzema and Rodrygo who can complete the trident or be a replacement option. The arrival of Mbappé would have offered an even greater leap in quality, but he finally chose to renew with PSG. In view of this, Madrid's board is keeping its options open.
Ancelotti could have another bombshell signing up his sleeve
As revealed by journalist Rudy Galetti and the Daily Mail, the latest reports could cause a huge disruption in the summer market if Real Madrid could pull of a deal for Son Heung-min. The South Korean is one of the great figures of Tottenham and the Premier League, but now he could make the leap to the Spanish team, reigning Champions League champions.