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Sport Tottenham confirms: Son completes military service

21:45  06 april  2020
21:45  06 april  2020 Source:   ran.de

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Son Heung-min is to carry out his mandatory four-week military service in South Korea later this month, his club Tottenham have confirmed . All South Korean men must complete military service by the age of 28. Son , who turns 28 in July, was given permission to return to his homeland last month to

Son Heung-min will complete his four-week mandatory military service in South Korea while the Premier League is suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, Tottenham have confirmed . The international forward will begin his service later this month having been allowed by Spurs to return to

Heung-Min Son von Tottenham Hotspur © AFPSIDADRIAN DENNIS Heung-Min Son from Tottenham Hotspur

Cologne - Star striker Heung-Min Son from English football first division club Tottenham Hotspur will complete his three-week military training in his home country of South Korea. The Spurs officially confirmed this on Monday.

The former Bundesliga player traveled to his home country due to the corona crisis during the Premier League break and is currently in mandatory quarantine there.

Physically, Son is still suffering from the effects of a broken arm that he suffered in the game against Aston Villa on February 16. The 27-year-old is said to start training on April 20, according to South Korean media, Tottenham said that his return is expected in May. The Premier League is currently pausing indefinitely.

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Tottenham 's Son Heung-Min will complete mandatory military service in South Korea with the Premier League suspended due They also confirmed he will return to London in May. While Son earned exemption from 21 months military service by winning gold at the 2018 Asian Games, he still

Son Heung-min will complete his four-week mandatory military service in South Korea while the Premier League is suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, Tottenham have confirmed . The international forward will begin his service later this month having been allowed by Spurs to return to

In South Korea, all working men are required to do military service for almost two years. Son was released after winning the 2018 Asian Games with the national team. However, he still has to complete the three-week basic training and around 500 hours of community service.

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