Tottenham agree to loan £17m striker to Fenerbahce but demand inclusion of specific clause

Fenerbahce are a step closer to re-signing Tottenham’s out-of-favour striker Vincent Janssen this summer.

The Netherlands international is expected to leave Tottenham this summer after falling out of favour with Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino.

Janssen spent last season on loan with Fenerbahce where he managed to score just five goals in 18 games.

According to the Turkish newspaper Aksam, talks between Fenerbahce and Tottenham are ongoing.

Per the source, Tottenham are willing to allow Janssen to join Fenerbahce on loan for free.

However, the north London based club want to place a mandatory clause in the deal which stipulates that a permanent deal will go though next summer.

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The report goes onto state that Fenerbahce are against inserting the clause in the deal.

Janssen made the move to Tottenham from AZ Alkmaar back in 2016 for £17 million. However, the powerful striker struggled to adapt to the Premier League and scored just two league goals in 27 appearances.