Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Son Heung-min insists he is extremely happy at the German club.
Reports have suggested that Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are showing interest in the South Korean winger but he has made it vehemently clear that he is content at the BayArena after only joining die Werkself from Hamburg this past summer.
"I would not go to Bavaria. In Leverkusen, I have just a very happy time. Why should I go now?" Son told BILD.
"Sure, Bayern is a top club. Bayern has the best team in the world. And they are getting better. But the competition is much greater, and I want to play a lot. I have a lot of fun and want to stay long."
Since arriving in Leverkusen, Son has scored seven league goals 14 appearances which has the North Rhine outfit sitting second on the table, seven points behind reigning champions Bayern.
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