TOTTENHAM’S forgotten striker Vincent Janssen could be on his way to Besiktas.
Fotospor report that the Turkish club are ready to meet the north London club’s £10million asking price.
Dutch international Janssen is currently in Turkey on loan at Fenerbahce – and has not had much luck.
The 23-year-old suffered a broken ankle in December and has struggled for fitness since.
This week he shared an Instagram post telling Turkish soccer fans: “On the way back.”
Janssen has scored twice in 11 appearances – a vast improvement on his contribution at Spurs.
For Janssen, signed from AZ Alkmaar for £17m in July, 2015 netted just six times in 39 outings for Tottenham, 27 of them from the bench.
Besiktas are yet to find a replacement for Cenk Tosun, who joined Everton last January.
They believe the Tottenham forward is the type of player they hope to sign in the summer and are monitoring Janssen’s situation closely.
Janssen might not have scored a lot of goals for Spurs but fans recognised that he always gave it his all.
Hopefully, he will still have a chance of showing what he can do in the rest of his injury-hit season.
Tottenham face Premier League champions-elect Manchester City at Wembley on Saturday night.