Fenerbahce will consider extending Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen’s loan deal for another season, according to reports in Turkey.
Janssen joined Spurs for £18 million from Eredivisie club AZ Alkmaar in 2016, but endured a difficult first season in England.
The Dutchman scored only six goals in 36 appearances across all competitions and struggled to cement a place in Tottenham’s starting eleven.
As a result he was shipped off on loan to Turkish side Fenerbahce last summer, where he has scored three times all season.
Despite his poor goal return, it seems Janssen impressed the club enough for them to take another punt on him.
Turkish outlet Fanatik (via Football Oranje) claims Fenerbahce are exploring the possibility of signing Janssen on loan for another campaign.
The 23-year-old suffered a foot injury earlier this year and is yet to return to first-team action.
He is expected to play again before the end of the season, and his performances from now until the summer could decide his Fenerbahce future.
There doesn’t seem to be a way back for Janssen at Spurs – I wouldn’t be surprised to see him leave permanently this summer.