Striker Vincent Janssen has sealed his exit from Tottenham Hotspur.
Vincent Janssen completed his permanent transfer away from Tottenham Hotspur last night, the club confirmed.
Janssen has signed for Mexican side Monterrey, who The Mail report have paid £10 million for the striker.
Janssen posted a message on Instagram explaining he was excited to get started.
The Mexican season is already underway and Monterrey have a game as soon as Sunday.
Janssen will likely need time to get up to speed, having not been involved in Tottenham’s pre-season training.
The Dutchman has not played regularly for any club side since the first part of his loan spell at Fenerbahce at the end of 2017.
He has a lot to prove, and Monterrey is a platform for him to get back to his best, and just maybe, start to one day prove Tottenham wrong not to have given him more chances.
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