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Tottenham's Son to complete military service in South Korea

Julien Laurens believes clubs that furlough non-playing staff should not buy players without selling first.
Craig Burley says Harry Kane is now at an age where he must decide if his future still lies with Tottenham.
Sid Lowe explains why some Real Madrid supporters think a Jose Mourinho return would be an "absolute disaster."
Craig Burley says he has "no idea" how the Premier League will resolve the Champions League race.

Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-Min will complete mandatory military service in South Korea this month with the Premier League suspended indefinitely due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

Spurs announced on Monday that the 27-year-old will complete his national service after initially receiving exemption as part of the national side that won gold at the 2018 Asian Games.

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Football's decision-makers continue to attempt to navigate through the coronavirus crisis that has seen all major leagues suspended indefinitely until competitive action can safely resume. But while the game is on hold, decisions and plans are still being made at the top clubs in preparation for when football returns.

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Kane 'perfect' for Man United, but Juventus, Madrid also possible - Ferdinand

Alejandro Moreno thinks the time has come for Harry Kane to make the leap to a bigger and better club.
Sid Lowe explains why some Real Madrid supporters think a Jose Mourinho return would be an "absolute disaster."
Craig Burley says he has "no idea" how the Premier League will resolve the Champions League race.

Rio Ferdinand has said Harry Kane is "perfect" for Manchester United after the Tottenham captain raised question marks over his future in north London.

Kane, who has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since January, recently said he would not stay with Spurs 'just for the sake of it,' as his main aim is to win trophies.

And  former United captain Ferdinand said Kane wouldfit in well at Old Trafford, but accepted the England forward could have his pick of top clubs.

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Coronavirus: Levy announces Tottenham wage cuts, players urged to 'do their bit'

Bayern Munich's Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka start initiative for fight against coronavirus.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta explains how coronavirus affected him and his family.
Sid Lowe explains why some Real Madrid supporters think a Jose Mourinho return would be an "absolute disaster."

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has announced widespread wage cuts across non-playing staff at the club and has suggested players will need to be prepared to do their bit in order to battle the coronavirus crisis.

Players at several top clubs, including Barcelona, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund have agreed to salary cuts during the pandemic.

Non-playing staff face wage cuts at Tottenham and Levy, who earned £7 million last year as per Tottenham's latest accounts, said he is hopeful players and...