Spurs Striker Vincent Janssen has joined Turkish top-flight side Fenerbahce on a season-long loan deal according to a report from the Guardian.

Janssen has failed to nail down a regular place in the starting eleven since joining the North London outfit last summer from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar in a reported £17 million deal. The Dutchman has problems scoring goals from open play, just like his predecessor Roberto Soldado, leaving Harry Kane being the preferred choice up front.

Janssen turned down a loan move to fellow Premier League outfit Brighton on transfer deadline day, preferring to make the switch to Turkey, whose transfer window remains open until midnight tonight which allowed the Turkish side to make their move for the striker from Holland.

Janssen’s ill-fated spell down at White Hart Lane was sealed on Thursday with Spurs sealing a move for Spain striker Fernando Llorente from Swansea in a reported £12 million and with the striker not being included in Pochettino’s Champions League squad.

Depending on his performances on loan at Fenerbahce, Janssen could be welcomed back to White Hart Lane next season or he could be leaving Spurs permanently. As for right now, he should really focus on improving himself while he still has the chance at Fenerbahce.

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