Indeed but that is why the comparisons between the two are unfounded. The stats posted are an attempt to prove that Dele isn't as productive as a player that plays in a similar attacking role yet ignores the fact Dele is hitting these high levels of output far sooner than Son. It also ignores the fact that Dele is scoring these goals against the likes of Chelsea, Man City and Arsenal. 6 in total against big six clubs last season as opposed to Son who only scored once against the bigger teams. I am not trying to dismiss Son's contribution and he probably didn't have the same number of minutes against the big boys, but that again is another reason why they are not really comparable. His goal scoring prowess against the Prems top clubs is another reason though why the European elite teams would be all over Dele should he become available. It is one thing to post such high numbers at his age even for a striker, let alone an AM. It is another altogether to be so prolific against some of the best teams in Europe, and big game players are in far greater demand, especially at such a young age.