Wolfsburg could yet come to the table to meet Tottenham Hotspur's asking price for Heung-Min Son before the transfer window closes on Wednesday evening.

The Wolves want to snap Son up, but they have been unwilling to meet Spurs' asking price for the South Korea international, which is thought to be around the €30m mark.

However, the situation could change quickly, according to German magazine Kicker. Indeed, Wolfsburg have offloaded striker Bas Dost to Sporting Lisbon and pocketed €10m plus bonus payments, money which could be used for Son.

The Wolves could also raise further cash as Schalke want to snap up winger Daniel Caligiuri, with the Ruhr giants having identified the 28-year-old as the perfect replacement for Leroy Sane.

As such, Wolfsburg could well be in a position to do a deal with Spurs for Son before the transfer window closes.


Son only joined Spurs last year from Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen and has become a favourite with a section of the north London club's fans.

But the 24-year-old could well quickly end his English adventure to return to Germany, where he starred with both Hamburg and Leverkusen.