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It will be difficult’: National team boss says he won’t rest £22m Tottenham player over the break

South Korea manager Jurgen Klinsmann has now suggested that he won’t rest Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-Min over the international break.


Before Son joined the team for friendlies against Tunisia and Vietnam, Klinsmann was speaking.

Son will be required, according to the former Tottenham player, who claimed that it is normal for players arriving from Europe to be exhausted during this interval.

Message sent by football.londonIt’s normal for European players to feel worn out, according to Klinsmann.

The time change will be difficult to get used to.

Since there is no European competition, Son Heung-min will be less worn out.

Klinsmann will undoubtedly make reference to Son and Tottenham’s condensed schedule and lack of European play this year.

That does, however, ignore the injury problem Son has been playing through, which is the biggest worry for Spurs supporters.

Due to their recent injuries, Ange Postecoglou saw it necessary to remove James Maddison and Son from games early.

And therefore it may be a concern for all at Spurs that Klinsmann won’t be looking to use Son sparingly.

Klinsmann doesn’t think Son will be fatigued from his Tottenham minutes

Of course, if Son had a quiet final season under Antonio Conte, he’s now crucial again under Ange.

£22mSon is now leading and captaining a revitalized Spurs squad that is now tied for first place in the Premier League.

It will also be troubling that Klinsmann doesn’t acknowledge the necessity for Son, 31, to take a break during the break.

Tottenham’s team is already quite small this season, so losing any more players would be disastrous.

Alejo Veliz has now appeared in a few cameos for the first squad, but supporters could believe that was planned for a different occasion.

If Spurs and Postecoglou decide to part ways with Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, they may decide to solve this scenario in January.


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