​Tottenham Hotspur winger Heung-Min Son has reportedly agreed personal terms over a summer move to Wolfsburg.

Fussballeck revealed as much, but also claim that the German outfit has so far failed to meet Spurs' valuation of the player.

Schalke 04 were thought to be in the race for Son as well, especially after losing Leroy Sane to Manchester City. However, Markus Weinzierl - the club's manager - ruled out a move for the player.

Wolfsburg's interest in Son has left Julian Draxler's future at the club uncertain, and that is sure to cause a stir amongst the player's suitors, which include Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.

Son did not have that great a campaign for Spurs last season, only scoring four times in 28 Premier League appearances, as well as assisting zero goals.

His club, however, want £25m for him, a fee which Wolfsburg just aren't willing to pay. They want the player for £5m less, and speaking on the transfer, their ​sporting director Klaus Allofs said: "I don't think we can afford that.

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“Whether it was his time at Bayer Leverkusen or now at Tottenham, we were always in contact with him."

Meanwhile, Mauricio Pochettino is being linked with Bayer Leverkusen attacking midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu, but no bids have been reported. A move also remains unlikely, as the Turkish international criticised Son's move from Leverkusen to Tottenham last season.

"It is true that Tottenham have registered their interest with me. We are looking at it," the player's agent Bektas Demirtas told the Express.

"Hakan wants to stay at Leverkusen. He only recently had a good chat with [coach] Roger Schmidt. He knows that he will need to improve and he's very ambitious. He wants to achieve the set goals with Schmidt."