Heung-min Son Bayern Munich move joins rubbished as Tottenham star…

Heung-min Son Bayern Munich move joins rubbished as Tottenham star is ‘somewhat finished with Germany’

Bayern Munich are not expected to enter the competition to sign Heung-min Son, talkSPORT has been told.

Reports arose before this week asserted the Bundesliga monsters were keen on marking the Tottenham forward.

Talks over another Spurs contract have allegedly slowed down with two years left on his present arrangement.

Bayern were supposed to be hoping to abuse that and offer him a gigantic five-year bargain worth an incredible £200,000 seven days.

Child appreciated five effective years with Hamburg and Bayer Leverkusen in Germany, prior to joining Tottenham for £22million in 2015.

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The South Korea forward has scored 18 objectives and enlisted 16 aids 41 appearances this season for Jose Mourinho’s men.

European football master Kevin Hatchard accepts that Bayern are probably not going to go in for Son.

“It doesn’t exactly feel like a Bayern move to me, in essence,” Hatchard told talkSPORT.

“They’ve clearly spent a great deal of cash on acquiring Leroy Sane and there are territories of the group that need reinforcing more than that.

“I’d be shocked and I’d be astounded on his part also. He’s sort of finished with Germany.

“He was generally excellent at Leverkusen and was at Hamburg before at that point, however his drive was consistently to get to the Premier League.

“For him to then return to Germany, I’d be amazed. Serge Gnabry is an extraordinary player for them, he’s had somewhat of a plunge this season, however has commonly been acceptable.

“Rational is beginning to truly have an effect. They have Kingsley Coman who is an astounding player.

“In those wide regions, I think they are OK. There’s been discussion this week about Lewandowski and him expanding his agreement past 2023.

“In that focal striker job there is no spot and Bayern Munich are not one of the clubs in for Erling Haaland, despite the fact that the majority of the large clubs are.

“I don’t anticipate that Bayern should enter that race.”

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