Arsenal & Spurs target set for Bundesliga stay

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Hamburg are confident they can keep Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur target Heung-Min Son at the club next season.

The South Korean star has been earning rave reviews in Germany, having scored 12 goals in the Bundesliga this term.

And, it’s led to reports that Premier League clubs are keen, with Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas and Gunners chief Arsene Wenger leading the chase.

However, Frank Arnesen remains confident that the club will be able to keep Son at the Imtech Arena next season, with talks set to take place after the final game of the season.

"I think he stays. At the moment there is no movement," Arnesen told Bild.

"There are also no talks. It is agreed that we will talk after the last game. In the coming weeks we will sit together [and discuss it]."

Whichever Premier League club can offer Champions League football will have an advantage, with Arsenal in pole position ahead of the final game of the season.

Wenger is also tipped to have a big transfer kitty at his disposal, with the Emirates Stadium outfit potentially welcoming a number of new additions.

Villas-Boas, meanwhile, has predicted a transfer revolution irrespective of a top four finish as he looks to build his own legacy at White Hart Lane.

The Tottenham Hotspur boss will hope Son can be one of the new additions, with a host of other names also said to be on the north London radar.

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