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Graeme Le Saux has mocked Tottenham Hotspur on Twitter after they posted a video of Son Heung-min on the social networking site.

Tottenham have posted a 12-second clip of Son entering the club’s training ground today.

As previously reported by Football.London, the South Korea international forward had not started pre-season training with the rest of his Tottenham teammates under new head coach Nuno.

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However, it now seems that the 29-year-old is back in pre-season training, as Spurs get ready for the 2021-22 campaign.

As you can see from the clip below, Son enters the Hotspur Way training facility through a revolving door.

Former Chelsea left-back Le Saux has mocked it on Twitter, as shown below.

Tottenham and Chelsea are bitter London rivals, and Le Saux taking a dig at Spurs does not come as a surprise.

Nuno was recently appointed as the new Tottenham head coach, replacing Jose Mourinho, who was sacked in April.

Chelsea actually have a ‘revolving door’ policy, with managers getting sacked after a few bad results.

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However, Chelsea still win trophies.

The Blues clinched the Champions League last season after replacing Frank Lampard with Thomas Tuchel.

Tottenham are a more ‘stable’ club in terms of managers.

Mauricio Pochettino was the head coach of Spurs from May 2014 until November 2019 when he was sacked and replaced by Mourinho.

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