Tottenham Hotspur owned Vincent Janssen has spoken to A Spor about his future with Fenerbahce and career to date.
The 23 year old scored his 3rd goal of the season for Fenerbahce last week, and has revealed he’s very happy in Istanbul, and concentrating on success this season.
Asked about his initial move to Tottenham after a quick rise to fame at AZ, Janssen said: “I was 100% behind my choice, that was a goal for me and I was very happy I could do it so quick.”
On the rest of career, without being asked specifically about leaving Tottenham Janssen added: “We’ll see, for me now it is important to have a good season with Fenerbahce, that’s the only aim right now and after that I’ll look towards what’s going to happen.”
Later in the interview Janssen was asked whether he wants to leave Tottenham and sign for the Turkish club in the summer. Given he’s likely to remain out of Mauricio Pochettino plans a transfer seems likely again, and the Dutchman said: “I have my thoughts about this of course, but for now I think it’s best to focus on what is happening right now. When we get close to the end of the season we’ll see what’s going to happen but it’s for sure that I really enjoy my time at Fenerbahce.”
Janssen signed for Fenerbahce on loan from Tottenham last summer, but has struggled in recent weeks for goals. His goal on Wednesday ended his mini drought, and he’s come in for criticism in the Turkish media for not scoring.
However, it’s unlikely the Turkish giants would be able to afford the transfer fee Tottenham paid AZ last year, and Daniel Levy would be looking to recoup this, so another loan deal may be their best option.