The Tottenham Hotspur striker is reportedly nearing an exit from the club.

According to a report from VI, Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen will cost Mexican side Monterrey just €7 million (£6.3 million), in what is a clear indication of just how desperate the north London outfit are to get rid of the Dutchman.

The 25-year-old joined Spurs from AZ Alkmaar in the summer of 2017, for a fee believed to be worth £18.6 million, according to a report from Sky Sports.

Janssen struggled badly for Tottenham, however, racking up just six goals in 42 appearances in all competitions.

The Holland international never got to grips with the pace and intensity of the Premier League, and now it seems as though his time in north London is almost over.

VI report that Janssen is closing in on a £6.3m switch to Monterrey.

And considering that that fee represents around a £12 million loss for the usually frugal Tottenham, it just shows how desperate they are to get him off their books this summer.

And perhaps once Janssen is gone, Tottenham will bring in a more capable back-up for Harry Kane, because in truth, they will need more competition for the Englishman, if they are to challenge for major honours this season.

In other news, 19-goal forward is reportedly up for sale, amid Arsenal and Liverpool links