Borussia Dortmund are showing interest in Hamburger SV forward Heung-Min Son, according to the player’s representative.
Son, 20, has been in scintillating form this season and was simply outstanding in two games against Borussia Dortmund, scoring a total of four goals in the process.
That proved enough to impress BVB boss Jurgen Klopp, who is now keen to lure the South Korean to Signa-Iduna Park.
The reigning Bundesliga champions need attacking reinforcements now that Ivan Perisic has left the club, especially as Robert Lewandowski is likely to follow at the end of the season.
BVB officials believe Son would be a great addition to the squad and are planning a summer bid for the player’s services.
“I have heard of Dortmund’s interest. I know nothing more,” Son’s agent Thies Bliemeister explained to Sport Bild.
Heung-Min Son currently has a contract until June 2014 worth €900,000 per campaign and he wants at least double the amount if he is to sign a new deal.
The problem is that HSV are cash-strapped at the moment, meaning they might have no choice but to cash in on their prized asset in the summer transfer window.