By Harvey Byrne

Wolfsburg will launch a new bid to sign Tottenham forward Heung-Min Son in January if his price drops, according to a report.

German publication Bild have claimed that the Bundesliga club will return in the winter window for the 24-year-old South Korea international, but only if Spurs drop his price tag.

The report states that Wolfsburg had supposedly bid £26.8million for Son, but the offer was not enough for the north London side.

It is claimed by Bild that the north London club have placed a price on Son of around £33.5million.

The Spurs number seven made a name for himself in Germany during his five years in the country playing for Hamburg and Bayer Leverkusen respectively.

He racked up 165 appearances for the two sides scoring 49 goals.

However, his time in England following his £18million move last summer has not gone as smoothly and the attacker struggled to find form in his debut campaign in the Premier League.

Son featured in 40 encounters for Mauricio Pochettino’s side in all competitions last season with a return of just eight goals.

He still has four years left on his current deal at Tottenham, but his position could be under threat with Pochettino showing a ruthless side this summer allowing the likes of Ryan Mason, Nacer Chadli and DeAndre Yedlin to leave, while Clinton N’Jie also left on loan after just a year at the club.

In other Tottenham transfer news, Spurs could be looking to bring back former striker Emmanuel Adebayor.