Heung-Min Son who is currently playing for Tottenham Hotspur could be living the English side to his native country North Korea to complete his mandatory four-week military service as he returns to South Korea.Heung-Min Son who is 27-years-old was given exemption from the extended 21-month military service after he won the gold medal with his country South Korea in the 2018 Asian Games.
However, he still needs to complete a four-week service and with the current case of Coronavirus which has paused all-league actions in the English Premier League, he could be using the chance to complete the training.
The English Premeir league chiefs have agreed with English Football League (EFL) counterparts and player representatives that they will only resume the league when is safe for everyone and when is appropriate to do so.
Heung-Min Son was given permission by Tottenham Hotspur to return to South Korea for personal reasons last weekend. The player who just recovered from a fractured arm he suffered during their 3-2 win against Aston Villa in February is now set to complete his military training in his country.