The winger is set to make his Tottenham Hotspur bow this weekend.
The former Bayer Leverkusen winger arrived late to bolster Tottenham’s attacking options, and Bliemeister cite’s Mauricio Pochettino as a key factor in his client’s decision to do so.
“The coach was really important for our decision. For me he is a fantastic coach and it is not always easy to find a coach with a good character,” he said.
A belief in the project currently being implemented at Spurs was given as another, and a return to Europe’s premier competition during Son’s stay is the target.
“We think Tottenham have a great coach and a good young team, and we believe they will play in the Champions League while Son is there," Bliemeister went on to say.
Two current Spurs stars also received a special mention, with the Korean's camp excited at the prospect of the 23-year old lining up alongside the Lilywhites’ key men.
The winger is in line to make his debut this Sunday against Sunderland, and it will be a surprise if he doesn’t feature in some capacity.
His goal threat and pace will add a much needed injection of quality to the Spurs attack and his versatility means he could end up being the solution to Tottenham’s long-standing right sided problem.
Erik Lamela and Andros Townsend have failed to nail down the position and Mousa Dembele was only ever a stop-gap, leaving the stage well and truly set for Son's entrance.