Vincent Janssen joined Tottenham Hotspur from Dutch outfit AZ with a reputation of being a “goal machine”, but he endured a frustrating time at the north London club.
The 23-year-old scored only two goals in 24 Premier League games, although most of his appearances came as a substitute.
Spurs could be willing to listen to offers for the Dutch striker, who has been linked with a move to a host of Premier League clubs.
West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City have shown interest in the striker, as reported by The Sun. Should Swansea City make a move for him as well?
The Swans are reportedly close to bringing back their former striker Wilfried Bony this summer from Manchester City, but Paul Clement could still be looking to bolster his attacking department.
Clement has money to spend following Gylfi Sigurdsson’s move to Everton, and could use that effectively in signing two strikers.
Janssen may have struggled at Spurs, but one year older in the Premier League, he could revive his career at Swansea. Plus, one bad season doesn’t make him a bad striker overnight.
He could regain his confidence by being the main striker of a club, and Swansea would be an ideal place for him.