Local media reports that Son Heung-min, who is treating a hamstring injury, accompanied him on the Manchester expedition.

Manchester Evening News, a regional magazine in Manchester, reported that Son Heung-min was included in the Tottenham squad in an away game against Manchester United.

Tottenham will play in the Premier League round 4 against Manchester United at Old Trafford tomorrow early morning.

Tottenham's 20-player roster, confirmed by Manchester Evening News, includes striker Carlos Vinisius, who recently signed on loan from Benfica, as well as Harry Kane, Delhi Ali, Lucas Mora, and Son Heung-min.

The media also included a photo of Son Heung-min, who is making a bright expression in front of the Tottenham squad bus, explaining that'Son Heung-min has arrived in Manchester'.

Son Heung-min started playing in the third round of the league with Newcastle United on the 28th of last month and was replaced after playing in the first half.

At the time, it was understood that the physical strength was arranged according to the successive marches, but after the game, coach Jose Mourinho Tottenham stated the reason for the replacement, saying, "Son Heung-min has injured the hamstring."

Manager Mourinho added, "Son Heung-min must be away from the team for a while."

Son Heung-min was unable to compete in the Chelsea and Carabao Cup round of 16 on the 30th of last month, and Maccabi Haifa (Israel) on the 2nd and the Europa League playoffs.

After the match against Chelsea, coach Mourinho said, "Son Heung-min expects to return after the A match break," and the prospect that the home game of the Premier League round 5 against West Ham at 00:00 on the 18th would be Son Heung-min's return match was dominant.

However, the atmosphere has changed recently as local media reports that Son Heung-min's injury is not serious and that he may have a surprise appearance at Manchester United.

After the Europa League playoffs, coach Mourinho also said, "I don't want Son Heung-min to play, or if he says he's playing, then he doesn't want to lie. Let's wait. I don't know right now."

In response, the British newspaper Evening Standard said, "Mourinho said he had a chance to play 50-50 due to hamstring problems, but he is a natural pessimist. I did.

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