Fenerbahce want to take Vincent Janssen on loan from Tottenham for another season but are only willing to offer half of the fee they paid last summer, according to reports in Turkey.
Janssen joined Spurs from AZ Alkmaar for a fee in the region of £17 million in the summer of 2016.
But the Dutchman endured a difficult first season in England, scoring only six times across all competitions including just two in the Premier League.
He was sent on loan to Fenerbahce last summer, where he scored five goals in 17 appearances during an injury-hit campaign.
Regardless of his luckless year, Fenerbahce appear to be keen on taking him for another season on loan.
However, Turkish outlet Takvim claims they are unwilling to pay the same loan fee as last summer, which is said to have been £4.4 million.
Instead, Fenerbahce only want to pay £2.2 million.
If Tottenham can’t get the loan fee they want, chairman Daniel Levy may decide to sell Janssen permanently.
The 24-year doesn’t seem to have any kind of future at the club, so it wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see him sold this summer.