Tottenham May Have Found A Club Willing To Take Vincent Janssen, Former Sporting Director Damien Comolli Enters Talks


Vincent Janssen does not appear to be part of Tottenham’s plans next season.

Football.London report that it is ‘probably safe to say Janssen will not be wearing a Tottenham shirt in the Premier League next season’.

The Netherlands international spent the 2017-18 campaign on loan at Fenerbahce where he spent most of the season out with a toe injury.

In total the striker scored just five times and provided four assists in all competitions.

On top of that the Istanbul based outfit paid Spurs a €5m loan fee to secure his services.

Fenerbahce are however, still keen on the 24-year-old.

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A Spor actually claim that the club are in talks with Tottenham over another loan deal, this time without the sign on fee.

Former Spurs sporting director Damien Comolli is reportedly leading talks and is trying to use his close ties to the club to help push the move through.

Comolli is set for a meeting with Tottenham officials regarding completing the loan transfer.

Fenerbahce finished the league campaign as runners-up, booking a place for the Champions League in the process.

The Istanbul based outfit do however, have financial problems which is why they are keen on loan deals this summer.