Heung-Min Son signs new Spurs contract
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Along with bringing new players into the squad, re-signing Heung-Min Son on a long-term deal was one of Tottenham Hotspur's main priorities this summer.

A few weeks prior to the start of the 2021 / 22 Premier League campaign, Chairman Daniel Levy and managing director Fabio Paratici was completed the task. 

Mission accomplished 

The Club officially announced on social media that the South Korean star has committed to Spurs, signing a new four-year deal.

''We are delighted to announce that Heung-Min Son has signed a new four-year contract with the Club, which will run until 2025.'' 

Son, who arrived to North London in 2015 following a stint in the Bundesliga with Hamburg and Bayer Leverkusen, has scored 107 goals and registered 64 assists in 280 appearances across all competitions for the 'Lilywhites'.

He's also the only player to register double figures for both goals and assists in each of the last two Premier League seasons.


“It was already a big honour to play here for six years, the Club have showed me massive, massive respect and obviously I’m very happy to be here," Son told Spurs TV.

“It’s like home, especially with the fans, the players, the staff. There was no decision. It was easy. I’m so happy to be here and will be so glad to see the fans again soon."

During the 2020 / 21 campaign, Heung-Min Son formed one of the most lethal pairings in Europe along with Harry Kane, as the duo recorded 14 goal combinations, which is a record for a single Premier League season. 

He was also named in the PFA Team of the Season.

“We are pleased to have agreed a new long-term contract with Heung-Min Son as we move towards the start of a new season and a new chapter for the Club with Nuno Espírito Santo,” managing director Fabio Paratici added. 

“Everyone can see the real positive impact he has on the Club, both on and off the field, and we are delighted that he will play a part in what we are trying to achieve in the coming years.”