Vincent Janssen has been next-t0-useless for Tottenham Hotspur since being at the club!
The 24-year-old has failed to live up to any hype that surrounded him when he initially arrived in north London and quickly found himself frozen out of Mauricio Pochettino’s plans.
Loan spells at Fenerbache did not help him rediscover the form he had during his time at AZ Alkmaar which had many of the White Hart Lane faithful excited.
After a season-long loan at Fenerbache did not go to plan, his time looked over at the New Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at the beginning of the campaign as he was not handed a squad number, although an injury put to bed any hopes Spurs may have had in trying to offload him.
But, it seems as though a club have taken an interest in him and are thought to be considering whether to make a move this summer.
Russian outlet Championat have claimed that Lokomotiv Moscow are interested in signing Janssen and are prepared to offer him a way out of north London.
Spurs are said to value their Dutch forward at €8million (£7m) and it remains to be seen if the Russian side will be prepared to play that for a striker that cannot seem to hit the barn door.
Janssen has looked a little on the ‘large side’ recently and looked well off the pace of being a top striker in the substitute appearances he made for the club in the final few games of the season.
Arguably, Tottenham would do pretty well to receive an offer in that region, however, they should be prepared to look at cashing in on him if an offer of a reasonable amount should come in.
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