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02/01/2019 - 14:41 BST

Heung-Min Son Will Be Missed, Former Tottenham Hotspur Star Admits

 




Former Tottenham Hotspur custodian Paul Robinson believes the north London outfit might struggle without Heung-Min Son, who is to join the South Korea squad in mid-January for the Asian Cup.

Son has been in red-hot form for the Lilywhites this season and has scored five goals in his last four games for the side.




The South Korean has been a key performer for Spurs as they have managed to keep up with Liverpool and Manchester City in the Premier League.

Son was on target against Cardiff City on New Year's Day as Tottenham bounced back from their defeat against Cardiff last weekend to pick up a 3-0 win against the Bluebirds and close the gap on Liverpool.
 


Robinson feels Spurs’ squad is not as good as the two teams they are competing with at the business end of the table, and has explained that Son’s departure, which could see him miss up to five games in January and February, will be a blow.

“I think they are going to struggle missing Son when he goes away this month. He’s a big player for them”, Robinson said on beIN SPORTS following the game.
 


“Their squad is not as strong in depth as Liverpool and Manchester City’s.

“When Son goes away, if they lose Harry Kane and Dele Alli or [Christian] Eriksen or somebody of that ilk, then Spurs will struggle.

“They’ll have a real test if they lose one or two of their other big players.”


Son is expected to leave Spurs after their clash against Manchester United on 13th January.