“He’s a bottler” – Tottenham fans take to social media to roast star striker after he he rejected Premier League duo

Vincent Janssen
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - SEPTEMBER 03: Vincent Janssen of the Netherlands in action during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier between the Netherlands and Bulgaria held at The Amsterdam ArenA on September 3, 2017 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

“He’s a bottler” – Tottenham fans take to social media to roast Vincent Janssen after he he rejected Premier League duo

Vincent Janssen has hit the ground running following his move to Turkish Super League giants Fenerbahce earlier this month.

The Netherlands international has scored two goals in two games for the Yellow Canaries, including a goal against their biter rivals Besiktas in the Istanbul derby last weekend.

Janssen recently confirmed to the Turkish outlet Fanatik that he turned down moves to the Premier League duo Brighton and Hove Albion and West Bromwich Albion during the summer to join Fenerbahce on loan.

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 “I could have joined West Brom or Brighton, but what would have happened had I joined one of them? I do not want to think about it,” Janssen told Fanatik.

The comments have not gone down well with Tottenham supporters. Spurs fans have labelled Janssen as “weak mentality”, others believe “he’s a bottler”.

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Fenerbahce will be hoping Janssen can make it three in three this weekend when they take on Akhisar Belediyespor. Tottenham meanwhile face the newly promoted Huddersfield in the Premier League on Saturday.

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  1. We all know what would have happened if he joined West Brom or Brighton; he’d still be lacking goals. It seems that he needs the lower leagues to score. Maybe if Potch had offered him to Hastings Utd, that might have worked. On the other hand would Hastings had wanted him?

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