Tottenham have 'money in the bank' after 'brilliant' Son reveal - pundit
Son Heung-Min is set to sign a new contract at Tottenham – and that is a sign that club has “money in the bank.”
That is according to ex-Premier League shot-stopper Paddy Kenny, speaking exclusively after Football Insider revealed the news on 17th July.
A Tottenham source told this site that the 28-year-old has agreed a new deal worth £200,000-a-week.
That comes after Football Insider broke news on 2nd July that the Son had told Nuno Espirito Santo he looks forward to playing for him next term.
Kenny hailed the contract news and speculated that it could be the first step towards ensuring Harry Kane remains at the club this summer.
“I think it’s good news for Spurs and it shows they getting towards a good place,” he told Football Insider correspondent Adam Williams.
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“They are in the process of trying to name the stadium, so there will be money coming in from that as well.
“You’ve got to keep Son if you want any hope of keeping Kane. He’s brilliant to watch.
“It proves the finances at the club are good, there’s money in the bank and it’s heading in the right direction.”
Football Insider revealed in April that Kane has told friends he is keen to leave boyhood club Spurs this summer.
He and Son registered a combined total of 55 goals and 34 assists for the North London club across all competitions last season.