Vincent Janssen has been urged to leave Tottenham this summer by former Netherlands international Pierre van Hooijdonk.
Spurs signed Janssen for £18.5 million last summer, but the Dutchman has made only two Premier League starts in 2017 and has scored just twice in the league for Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
Van Hooijdonk told The Sunday Mirror (print edition) Janssen is better off playing for another club.
He said: “It’s very difficult for him, because he wants it too much and then things go against you.
“Harry Kane is undoubtedly the No.1 striker. So I would say it would be better to move on to a club where he is going to get regular football.
“Also for the Dutch national team, if he plays elsewhere he is going to become a better striker.”
If Janssen does leave Tottenham this summer, the club is likely to suffer a huge loss. Not many clubs will be keen on forking out anywhere near the £18.5 million Spurs spent on the 22-year-old.
The striker has impressed in cameo appearances lately, however. If his improved form continues until the end of the season, I can see Pochettino giving him another shot next term.