Tottenham fans have been reacting on Twitter to the reports that emerged from German publication Sport 1 earlier this week which suggested that Spurs star Heung-min Son is considering his future with Mauricio Pochettino's side and has a host of their Premier League rivals monitoring his situation.
Son has turned into a superb signing for Tottenham. After an underwhelming first season at White Hart Lane, the South Korea talisman has kicked on in some style.
He has scored 39 goals in all competitions for Spurs across the last two campaigns and seemed to be the player that Pochettino turned to when Harry Kane was unavailable last season, despite the fact that Fernando Llorente was only signed to bolster their striker options last summer.
But perhaps there is a chance that Son may not be a Spurs player for much longer. Sport 1 reports that he could consider his future with winning trophies said to be a priority.
Interestingly, the report adds that Manchester United, Liverpool and even Arsenal are interested in offering Son a fresh challenge this summer - but Tottenham are likely to demand around £61 million for the forward.
Unsurprisingly, the news has been met with a lot of scepticism amongst the Tottenham fans. Son is an integral part of Pochettino's plans, and letting him go to one of the interested sides, especially the Gunners, seems to make so little sense.
It certainly appears that the Spurs supporters have little interest in believing the reports right now, with few seeming to take them at all seriously.
Here is some of the reaction to the rumours regarding Son's future...
Why would he join another club that doesn't win nothing in Liverpool— ᵀᵃᶦᵗ Tait (@tait_ole) June 26, 2018
Looool— Tom (@WaIkerPeters) June 26, 2018
I’m sure they do but ...........— Dominic Sibley (@domsib) June 26, 2018
Funniest thing I’ve heard all day— Adam Whitbread (@adam_whitbread) June 26, 2018
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA— LozcastEsque [LMcK | LT Founder] (@LozcastE) June 26, 2018
They can F off— Patrick Behan (@PatrickBehan74) June 26, 2018
well that ain’t happening lmao— Esther (@13_woodssse) June 26, 2018
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