It has hardly been the dream career-boosting move that Vincent Janssen would have been hoping for when he transferred to Spurs for £17m back in 2016 (BBC).
Remarkably, for a player who was supposed to come in and become Harry Kane’s main back-up striker, Janssen has only clocked up 42 appearances in three years for the Lilywhites. His goalscoring form is even less impressive too, with just six goals to his name (Wikipedia).
However, reports now suggest that the Dutch striker has agreed a move with Monterrey, a Mexican side, that will see him join the club some time this week, putting his Spurs nightmare to an end (VI).
With just one year left on his contract and a far from stellar three years at Spurs on his CV, it will come as no surprise that Tottenham are making a big loss on the 25-year-old.
VI report that Monterrey will be paying around €7m for Janssen this summer, far short of the €22m Tottenham originally paid for the striker.
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