Is Tottenham striker’s nightmare finally over?

Is Tottenham striker’s nightmare finally over?

LEVERKUSEN, GERMANY - OCTOBER 18: Vincent Janssen of Tottenham runs with the ball during the UEFA Champions League group E match between Bayer 04 Leverkusen and Tottenham Hotspur FC at BayArena on October 18, 2016 in Leverkusen, North Rhine-Westphalia. (Photo by Simon Hofmann/Bongarts/Getty Images)


Vincent Janssen’s Tottenham career might finally be coming to an end according to Record.

The Mexican outlet are reporting that the Dutch striker is in advanced talks with Monterrey, who recently won the Concacaf Champions League for a fourth time.

Janssen joined Tottenham from AZ Alkmaar in July 2016 for around £17m, but his time in North London has been disasterous from start to finish.

His first season, Spurs’ final at White Hart Lane, the 25-year-old scored just six goals in 36 appearances – four of which were penalties – before he was shipped out to Turkish side Fenerbache on a season-long long deal for the 2017/2018 campaign, where he found the net just five times.

And although Janssen was given a brief lifeline by Mauricio Pochettino towards the back end of last season, where he made three substitute appearances whilst Harry Kane was out with an ankle injury, he isn’t thought to be Pochettino’s future plans and is therefore available for a transfer.

With just one year left on the four-year deal he initially signed, the fee from the Mexican side is reported to be around £7m.

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