Tottenham look set to finally offload Vincent Janssen – and his destination is surprising

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The Dutchman has failed to convince Mauricio Pochettino that he has a future in north London, and will be sold on a permanent deal before the start of August. Spurs signed Janssen for £17m in summer 2016, but the centre-forward only managed two Premier League goals in his first season at the club. He was then loaned out to Fenerbahce in 2017/18, before returning to make three top-flight appearances for Tottenham last term. However, Pochettino has decided that Janssen is not in his plans going forward. And Liga MX outfit Monterrey have successfully persuaded the former AZ Alkmaar man to move to Mexico. READ MORE What Ravel Morrison did next: the new Blade’s winding post-Manchester United career 10 ridiculous football trips from hell: metro mania, kit cock-ups and a very dodgy bus “Spurs only want to sell”: Agent reveals transfer frustration of outcast Janssen Tottenham offer player-plus-cash deal for Macedonian midfielder – report CSL financial might no threat to Premier League, says Pochettino Fenerbahce strike loan deal for Tottenham forward Janssen Aston Villa pushing hard to sign Manchester City youngster Blades break transfer record again to capture Mousset from Bournemouth Shelvey urges Newcastle fans to give Bruce a chance Manchester City in pole position to land Argentinian teenager – but he’ll join this club on loan first Rice encouraged by Hamilton youngsters Arsenal set to complete €40 million transfer of Copa America hero Everton PES 2020 news and hands-on impressions: finesse dribbling, new Matchday mode and revamped Master League make for improved experience Mohamed Salah set to become England’s best-paid footballer with new Liverpool deal Bayer Leverkusen youngster says he’s ready for next step amid Liverpool interest Tottenham and Atletico Madrid hold crunch talks over Christian Eriksen future

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