Son could follow Pochettino out of Tottenham if the Argentine is axed by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
Elsewhere, City players believe Sane has already packed his bags for Munich as the injured star looks to life away from Manchester.
That and more in another edition of Rumour Mill!
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SON HEUNG-MIN READ TO LEAVE SPURS IF POCH GETS AXED
Tottenham’s star Korean Son Heung-Min could be ready to push for a move away from the London club if current manager Mauricio Pochettino leaves.
Son recently signed a new contract with Spurs until 2023, however, with Pochettino’s future up in the air the Korean is believed to be considering his options according to Football Insider.
Tottenham have enjoyed a successful couple of seasons under the Argentine however, with the club currently sitting in 14th position and Real Madrid reportedly keen on the manager Spurs could be in for an overhaul.
Son has scored 75 goals for Tottenham since his arrival in 2015 and has been in good form so far this season netting eight.
CITY TEAMMATES CONVINCED SANE IS SET FOR BAYERN
Leroy Sane’s Manchester City future has been in question since the end of last season with a move to Bayern Munich likely.
An injury to the winger delayed any potential move however, his City teammates are under the belief that this season will be Sane’s last in Manchester.
According to the Telegraph, Manchester City are lining up Real Sociedad’s Mikel Oyarzbal as a replacement with a move at the end of the season likely.
Bayern Munich themselves are in disarray after sacking coach Niko Kovac after a 5-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt and could be hoping the German winger could breath some life into their squad.
NAPOLI COULD BE FORCED TO SELL KOULIBALY AT A CUT PRICE
Kalidou Koulibaly could be on his way out of Napoli for a cut price of $130 million (£69 million) after turning down a $172m (£91m) offer in the summer.
According to Italian outlet Ilmattino Napoli are a side in turmoil after players refused to go to a training retreat, while supporters have been protesting outside the stadium demanding that the club treat them with “respect”.
Manchester United are said to still be interested in the Senegalese international after having a world-record bid rejected in the summer.
While the Red Devils turned to Harry Maguire they are still believed to be interested in bolstering their defence, and a cut-price Koulibaly could be too good to turn down.