By Harvey Byrne
Tottenham have rejected a bid from Wolfsburg for attacker Heung Min-Son, according to a report.
Sky Sports announced via their official Twitter account on Tuesday afternoon that Spurs had turned away an offer from the Bundesliga side and that they won’t be selling the South Korea international this summer.
German publication Bild had claimed that Wolfsburg had agreed a £25.6million fee for the 24-year-old, and settled personal terms with the player.
But this latest development would suggest that Son is now staying at White Hart Lane.
It was also claimed on Tuesday by the Daily Mail that Premier League rivals Everton were eyeing a swoop for Son.
The attacking midfielder joined Spurs from Bayer Leverusen last summer in a deal worth £22million, but has so far failed to live up to expectations at White Hart Lane.
The attacker played 40 times in all competitions for Pochettino’s side last season, scoring eight goals with five assists.
However, 18 of his appearances were made off of the bench as he slipped in the pecking order behind the likes of Christian Eriksen, Deli Alli and Erik Lamela.
The South Korean team had been hoping for another medal after scoring bronze at the London Olympics, but were knocked out by Honduras in the quarter-finals.
In other Tottenham transfer news, Spurs have made an offer to sign Real Madrid sensation Isco in a loan-to-buy deal.