Tottenham Star Son To Serve In North Korea Military During Lockdown.

Tottenham and South Korean striker Son Heung-min set to complete a 28 days service to his country during the fight against coronavirus.

This service is a 21 months mandatory service is for every male South Korean national unless you won an exemption which Son attained after leading his nation to the 2018 Asian Games gold medals but still requires a shortened 4 weeks regime.

With the football season on hold, Son headed home last week to do his duty.

He arrived in capital city Seoul with his parents on Sunday – and must now spend 14 days in quarantine.

It is the second spell of quarantine he has undertaken during the coronavirus crisis, after he was forced to spend 14 days in self-isolation on returning to the UK at the end of February, after he opted for surgery in South Korea.

After that he will possibly start his a month of service quickly and faces a race to finish it before any potential season restart.

The expectation for Son – and Tottenham – is that he can sneak his period of military service in before the football season gets in progress once more.

All Premier League football is as of now suspended until April 30, yet every one of the 20 groups are set to meet on Friday by means of video-call to decide if there should be a further postponement.

Among numerous recommendations, the Premier League season could end from in closed doors as players are deemed to be healthy.


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