Son Heung-Min snubs new deal with Hamburg, but Spurs still face challenge from Leverkusen to sign the midfielder.
Tottenham Hotspur target Son Heung-Min has snubbed a new contract extension with current club Hamburg in a clear sign the South Korean wants to leave the Bundesliga side this summer.
The 20-year old still has another year remaining left on his current deal but talkSPORT reports that he has rejected the latest contract offer in order to pursue a move to another club.
The creative attacking midfielder has attracted interest from White Hart Lane, as they plan to add to a midfield that lacks a creative spark outside Gareth Bale, with Andre Villas-Boas highlighting the Heung-Min as a top target this summer.
Fellow Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen are also said to be very interested in the youngster, and the prospect of staying in the German top flight is said to interest Heung-Min, and could play a major factor in where he ends up.
The South Korean scored 12 goals in 33 league appearances this season from midfield, indicating that he can score goals as well as provide them at the top level.