Tottenham have slapped a £33.5m price tag on Heung-Min Son.
The forward moved to White Hart Lane a year ago from Bayer Leverkusen in a deal worth around £22m.
Since then, though, the 24-year-old has endured a mixed start to his Tottenham career, managing to start just 13 Premier League games last term – and the South Korean has yet to appear for Spurs this season.
Wolfsburg were linked with a move for Son during the summer transfer window as they believed he could be lured back to Germany.
However, according to Bild, Spurs have set the South Korea international’s asking price at a hefty £33.5m.
Wolfsburg reportedly had an offer of £25.6m rejected by Tottenham in the summer and it is now up to them to increase their bid.