Tottenham have reportedly succeeded with a new bid for AZ Alkmaar's Vincent Janssen.
Netherlands striker Vincent Janssen celebrates
Janssen, 22, only signed for AZ last summer having impressed with Almere City, and became an Eredivisie star after something of a slow start to life in the top flight of Dutch football.
The striker ended the season with 27 league goals, winning the Eredivisie's top goalscorer award, whilst also adding two goals to his name in other competitions.
With three goals in five Netherlands caps, Janssen has also made a bright start to life on the international stage - prompting major interest in his signature.
AZ's sporting director Max Huiberts told Noordhollands Dagblad earlier this week that he rejected one bid from Tottenham for Janssen, and hadn't heard anything from Spurs since.
Now though, Voetbalzone report that Spurs have finally had a second bid accepted for Janssen, totalling €20m (£17m) plus additional bonuses and clauses.
It's claimed that Janssen will now head to London imminently to undergo a medical with Tottenham, as manager Mauricio Pochettino finally lands a striker to compete with Harry Kane for the new season.
The report adds that Paris Saint-Germain had agreed a fee for Janssen too, but the striker had set his heart on a move to White Hart Lane - and if reports are to be believed, his dream may be about to come true.
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