Tottenham Receive Offer For £17m Outcast Who Has Given Green Light For Transfer To Go Ahead, Talks With Super Lig Club Ongoing

Source: Vincen Janssen Instagram

Fenerbahce have made a loan offer for Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen which includes a £1.77 [€2m] fee according to Fanatik.

Per the source, Janssen has given the green light for a return to Istanbul and wants the move to go ahead.

Fenerbahce manager Phillip Cocu is familiar with Janssen from his time in the Netherlands.

Cocu has reportedly held direct talks with the striker and wants him to return.

Source: Fanatik

Janssen has reportedly informed Tottenham that he wants to move back to Turkey on a temporary move.

Tottenham signed Janssen from AZ Alkmaar for £17m [BBC] on a four-year deal back in 2016 but he failed to live up to expectations.

After a disappointing debut season, he was loaned to Fenerbahce last season but had his season disrupted by injuries.

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The striker managed to score five goals and provide five assists in 19 appearances for the Super Lig outfit.

Fenerbahce have made signing two new strikers a priority.

The team does not currently have an available first-choice forward after selling Fernandao and returning Janssen to Tottenham.

The Yellow Canaries are desperate to sign at least one forward before the start of the Champions League playoff round.