Real Madrid are monitoring Tottenham superstar Son Heung-min, with a view to make a stunning raid for the South Korean.
The 29-year-old enjoyed an outstanding season as Spurs secured Champions League, winning his first Gloden Boot as he tied with Mo Salah on 23 Premier League goals.
Son’s consistency over the past six years in north London has been noted in Spain, leading to Real’s interest.
And journalist Rudy Galetti claims Son is one of a shortlist of forward players the 14-time Champions League winners are keeping tabs on.
Carlo Ancelotti is looking to bolster his attack after losing Gareth Bale. Isco’s contract is also due to end, while Marco Asensio could be Premier League-bound, with Arsenal keen on the playmaker.
Son, who has scored 131 times and provided 73 assists in 324 appearances for Tottenham, is among a select few forwards being mooted as potential targets for Real Madrid – as reported in The Sun.