Tottenham will consider selling Vincent Janssen this month, according to the Daily Mail.
Janssen hasn’t played a single minute for Spurs this season after undergoing foot surgery in the summer.
The striker spent last season on loan at Turkish club Fenerbahce, where he scored five goals in 17 appearances.
That loan spell followed a disastrous first campaign at Tottenham after a move from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar.
Janssen scored six goals in 35 appearances during his debut season in England, including just two Premier League strikes and two goals from open play.
The Dutchman was expected to provide cover and competition for Harry Kane but failed to produce an adequate level of performance, resulting in a loan move.
He likely would have left Spurs permanently last summer had he not been struggling with a foot injury.
The Mail claims Tottenham will now hold talks with Janssen over his future, which could result in the 24-year-old being sold this month.
It is believed Spurs are also keen to sell Fernando Llorente before the end of January – the Spaniard is out of contract at the end of the season.
The Mail’s report suggests Llorente will be easier to offload than Janssen. Tottenham fans probably won’t miss either player.