Carlton Palmer insists that Son Heung-Min will not regret signing his new contract at Tottenham Hotspur, even if Harry Kane leaves the club this summer.
The South Korea international has put pen to paper on a new four-year deal that will keep him at the club until 2025.
That has come amid doubts over the future of Kane, who has been heavily linked with a potential move to Manchester City this summer.
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Prior to the European Championships, where Kane captained England to the final, the striker was reported to have asked to leave and there have also been claims of a £100m bid from City, though it has been rejected.
Whether Kane leaves the club or not, Palmer does not believe that Son will have any regrets over committing his future to the club.
Indeed, last season, Son scored 17 Premier League goals and also laid on 10 assists.
Speaking exclusively to This Is Futbol, Palmer said: “Not really. That’s down to an individual player, obviously, Kane and Son have a fantastic, telepathic relationship on the football pitch but if Harry Kane is going to Man City, they’re not going to sign Son. So that’s it, that ship’s sailed.”