Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen has been closely linked with a return to Fenerbahce over the summer after spending last season on loan at the Super Lig giants.
Janssen sent a heartfelt message to Fenerbahce fans on his official Instagram account making is clear how ‘proud’ he was to play a role at the club last season and thanked everyone.
The Dutch forward shared a few photographs of himself wearing the Fenerbahce shirt.
To all the Fenerbahçe fans: I’m very proud that I became part of the beautiful Fenerbahçe family, played matches for the club and scored some goals in the yellow/blue shirt. Unfortunately I was not able to help the team in the last months to win the championship because of my injury. I want to thank everyone who helped me during last season and I’m happy that I met lots of great people during my period in Istanbul ?? Seni Seviyorum Turkey ??
Contrary to reports the Yellow Canaries do not however, have any desire for Janssen to return.
Turkish-Football reported in July that the striker is not a target, no offer was made and no talks were held.
Additionally, Janssen has just undergone a toe operation and will be out for the foreseeable future.
The Yellow Canaries ended up signing Andre Ayew on loan from Swansea City and Islam Slimani from Leicester City instead.