Report: Potential transfer storm surrounding Tottenham's Vincent Janssen

Vincent Janssen of the Netherlands scores the equalising goal from a penalty during the International Friendly match between England and Netherlands at Wembley Stadium on March 29, 2016 in...

Tottenham striker Janssen is likely to leave north London again this summer.

Vincent Janssen of the Netherlands celebrates scoring his teams fourth goal of the game during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier between Netherlands and Belarus held at De Kuip on October...

Tottenham Hotspur striker Vincent Janssen could be about to cause a transfer storm in Turkey after Fotomac claimed that Galatasaray are interested in signing the Holland international.

The 24-year-old striker struggled on loan at Fenerbahce last season, managing only five goals in 18 league and cup outings as injury prevented the striker from making a serious impact.

Georges-Kevin Nkoudou #14 and Vincent Janssen #9 of Tottenham Hotspur celebrate a goal in the second half against Roma during the International Champions Cup on July 25, 2017 at Red Bull...

It will have hardly tempted Mauricio Pochettino into handing the former AZ Alkmaar striker a second chance at Spurs, and instead is likely to send him out on loan or indeed sell him permanently this summer.

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A return to Fener has been touted, with Janssen suggesting to NOS that he is keen to return to the Turkish giants. However, Janssen could be about to set to cause huge outcry, with Gala now interested in Janssen.

Tottenham Hotspur's Dutch striker Vincent Janssen heads the ball during the friendly football match between Tottenham Hotspurs and Kitchee FC at Hong Kong Stadium on May 26, 2017....

Fenerbahce and Galatasaray are bitter rivals in Turkish football - their rivalry stemming from their constant fight for the title. The norm, though conventional, is if a player plays for one side, they do not play for the other.

Janssen going to Galatasaray, just a matter of months after pulling the yellow and blue stripes of Fener on, would cause serious backlash.

However, it remains to be seen if either interested party will splash out on Janssen, with the report claiming it will cost either side a huge £4.4million to land the striker on a season-long loan.

Janssen has a contract until the summer of 2020 at Spurs, which is worth £25,000 a week (Daily Star).

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