Spurs want £34m for Heung-Min Son
Tottenham Hotspur will accept bids in the region of £34m for Heung-Min Son in the January transfer window. German side Wolfsburg failed with a £27m offer for the player this summer.
Son, 24, has struggled for first-team action this term with summer signing Vincent Janssen being preferred ahead of him in the pecking order.
German daily Bild says Spurs had rejected a £27m bid from Wolfsburg over the summer as it was well below their valuation for their asset.
It is added that they have informed the Wolves to come up with a £34m sum, if they are to pursue the player's signature in the New Year.
Son joined the North London giants from Bayer Leverkusen last season, and was impressive during the opening games of the campaign. But, with the emergence of Dele Alli, and the consistent showing of Erik Lamela and Christian Eriksen, his playing time was largely reduced.