The Turkish Super Lig has never been regarded as one of the better leagues in Europe but that doesn’t matter to Spurs fans. The club already has one Tottenham flop on their books in Roberto Soldado and according to Hurriyet, they could be set to sign three more in Moussa Sissoko, Vincent Janssen and Georges-Kevin N’Koudou.
Fenerbahçe director Damien Comolli is currently in London holding talks with #thfc over three season-long loan deals for Moussa Sissoko, Georges-Kévin N'Koudou and Vincent Janssen. [Hurriyet] pic.twitter.com/fCeLPrBYnW
— Hotspur Related (@HotspurRelated) July 13, 2018
Tottenham Hotspur have signed some shockers over the years and none of them have really come worse than Moussa Sissoko. When the Frenchman signed from Newcastle he was the club’s record signing and it was not one to proud of. The £30 million French flop has been a disaster in North London and the fans would happily crowdfund a transfer fee and fly him off to any interested club themselves if the option was on the table.
Sissoko isn’t the only flop at the club at the moment and fortunately, he’s not the only one who Fenerbahce are interested in. N’Koudou and Janssen could also be on the move and whilst Janssen truly flopped in his one full year at the club, N’Koudou is yet to be given a proper chance in North London. He was loaned to Burnley for the second half of last season and failed to get much game time, and now he could be off to turkey as part of an abysmal Spurs trio.
You can read the jubilant Spurs fans’ thoughts on the potential deal here:
Take Llorente for free aswell with you.
— Cenk (@ForzaYids) July 13, 2018
Take all 3 and have 10 million as a thank you
— Mark Smith (@MarkSmith1992) July 13, 2018
— mark nelson (@marknels67) July 13, 2018
That would be the dream
— Adam Tomlinson (@AdamTomlinson) July 13, 2018
you can’t finesse daniel levy, 3 for 1 offer you can get all three for £70 million
— uncle khalid (@xxxporneditor) 13 July 2018
Stop it. That’s the equivalent to a marquee signing.
— Elliott Goss (@elliottgoss69) July 13, 2018
If this deal goes through, Spurs fans will be eternally grateful to Fenerbahce.