Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen is holding out for a move to either Crystal Palace or West Ham United, according to the Sun.
Janssen has been heavily linked with the Spurs exit door in recent days, with clubs in the MLS and China said to be interested, as well as Burnley and Sevilla.
In fact, reports claim Janssen has already turned down a loan move to Sevilla because he wants to leave north London permanently this month.
Tottenham are said to be holding out for between £12m-15m for the Dutchman, who arrived from AZ Alkmaar for £17m in the summer of 2017 – that means the Londoners are willing to take a hit on Janssen to get him out of the club.
And according to the Sun, Janssen wants to join one of two Premier League clubs who held an interest in the 24-year-old before Spurs bought him.
Those clubs are Tottenham’s London rivals, Palace and West Ham. It is believed Janssen is holding out hope either the Eagles or the Hammers will make a move in the next few days.
That said, there is no evidence Palace are West Ham are indeed keen on buying Janssen, so this one could be a no-goer.