‘Tottenham derby’ captain Son ‘wants to see Johnson in action against Wales’

Son Heung-min is looking forward to facing Tottenham Hotspur’s newest addition, Brennan Johnson.

The South Korean national soccer team, led by Jürgen Klinsmann, will take on Wales in an international friendly at Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, on Aug. 8 at 3:45 a.m. KST.

Son Heung-min, the captain of Klinsmann’s team, held a press conference ahead of the match. The Welsh have a number of players with ties to Son. Ben Davies, a longtime Tottenham player, and Joe Roden, currently on loan at Leeds United, are familiar faces.

Johnson is another player who will be familiar with Son. Johnson is a promising striker who arrived in a Tottenham shirt on the final day of this summer’s transfer window, but before he could train with the team, he was called up to the Welsh national team for an A-match. Son was quite curious about Johnson, whom he hadn’t met.

“Johnson showed his quality at Nottingham Forest last season,” said Son Heung-min. I want to see him with my own eyes and I think he has a lot of talent.” “He’s an enemy now, but he’ll be a teammate soon. Johnson will be under pressure at Tottenham, but he will improve. I’m looking forward to seeing him.” He waited for the time to meet.

Son envisions a Spurs team with Johnson in it, saying, “Our performance will be better. “Our offense will be better and our speed will be higher,” he said, “I’m looking forward to playing with Johnson. I’m waiting to play with him, and we’ll all work together,” he said positively.

Son Heung-min was officially named Tottenham’s captain this season. He has been wearing the armband for the national team for a long time. It’s a marker of leadership everywhere. 스포츠토토

“It’s a great honor and privilege to be captain of the national team and club. “Being a captain is a great honor and privilege. I will be a leader by example on and off the field.” “There are many great players on both the national team and club teams. They help me to be a better person, player, and captain.”