Report: What Heung-Min Son has done to endear himself to Tottenham's non-playing staff
Tottenham forward, Heung-Min Son, has been doing plenty on the field but it’s his actions off the pitch which are endearing him to everyone else at the club.
Son is a popular figure amongst the first-team squad and his form this season has been exceptional. His goals and assists, as well as his long-standing partnership with Harry Kane, have been a key aspect of Antonio Conte pushing Tottenham towards the top four.
But while Conte will obviously be delighted with how the South Korean is contributing on the field, The Telegraph reports how Son’s popularity spans into the non-playing staff as well.
The Telegraph’s report explains how Son apparently pays for chefs to come into the club and cook South Korean food for all employees. Beyond that, Son is also thought to have close bonds with non-playing staff and has even sent heartfelt messages to those who have left the club for pastures new.
Son, of course, will be hoping to fire Tottenham to victory this weekend when they take on Liverpool. The Spurs star is just three behind Mo Salah in the race for the Golden Boot.
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It’s quite remarkable really that Son sometimes gets overshadowed by the brilliance of Harry Kane at Tottenham, but here we are.
Son has been one of the best signings the club has ever made. There have been times when it looked like he couldn’t get any better. But, alas, his form this season has been outstanding.
If Tottenham do make the top four and are to continue to grow as a club, then you get the impression Son will be key to it all. On the field he is massive, but reports like this one today also show his character off the field, which can be equally as important at times.
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