“The captain of the Korean national team does not go to Saudi Arabia” … Son Heung-min, related questions are dumbfounded, Tottenham retention wedge

“The captain of the Korean national team does not go to Saudi Arabia메이저사이트.”

This is what Son Heung-min (Tottenham), a representative of Korean soccer who is active in the English professional football Premier League (EPL), said while quoting his senior Ki Sung-yueng at the time of the last evaluation match. At the time, when Son Heung-min was asked about advancing to Saudi Arabia, he said, “Hasn’t (Ki) Sung-yong hyung talked about it?” have been reminded In other words, he expressed his strong will that ‘the captain of the Republic of Korea does not go to the Saudi league’.

On the 20th of last month, ESPN, a global sports media, reported that Son Heung-min was offered a huge contract with Saudi club Al Itihad for 4 years, 30 million euros each season. The Saudi league, with its oil money at the forefront, is the most wriggling place in the world soccer world. While several star players such as Cristiano Ronaldo (Al-Nasr) and Karim Benzema (Al-Ittihad) headed to the Saudi league, even Son Heung-min’s name came out.

However, Son Heung-min once again dismissed rumors of a transfer to Saudi Arabia. According to Football London and Sky Sports, Son Heung-min burst into laughter at a press conference on the 17th, the day before a friendly match against West Ham United (England) in Perth, Australia, at a reporter’s question about a transfer to Saudi Arabia. It was an absurd laugh.

Then he laughed, “If I wanted to go there, I am not here now” and revealed his philosophy, “Obviously money is important, but I love to play soccer.” He added: “I have always dreamed of playing in the Premier League and I still have a lot of work to do.”

Son Heung-min was very sluggish last season. He certainly posted double-digit offensive points, but it seemed to fall short of the previous season when he was the leading scorer. However, Son Heung-min said, “I am looking forward to this season. Last season was not good from a physical point of view,” he said. “I want to prove that everyone knows ‘Sony’ (Son Heung-min’s nickname) is back this season.

“Obviously, Saudi Arabia is an exciting place for many players right now, but playing in the Premier League is my dream,” he reiterated.

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