Hamburg forward Son Heung-Min, a reported transfer target for Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham, displayed his Premier League credentials with a stunning strike at the weekend.

The 20-year-old South Korea international is enjoying his best season to date, having scored six goals in 16 Bundesliga appearances this term, but none have bettered his effort from Saturday.

Playing in a friendly against Austrian Wien before the resumption of the German season, Son smashed a thunderbolt into the top corner to bring himself to the attention of potential suitors in the January transfer window.

Arsenal have been linked with Son as Arsene Wenger strives to bring reinforcements to the Emirates Stadium to bolster his attacking options alongside the likes of Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud.

Liverpool, meanwhile, have also been credited with interest in the young attacker with Brendan Rodgers looking to relieve the goalscoring burden on Luis Suarez, although the signing of Daniel Sturridge may prevent a swoop for Son.

Reports in Germany also claim that Tottenham are keen on Son, with Andre Villas-Boas planning to bring him to White Hart Lane in a €10 million deal.


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