Fenerbahce manager Aykut Kocaman wants to see Tottenem Hotspur forward Vincent Janssen in his team next season, claim Fanatik.
The Dutchman is currently on loan with the Turkish side from Tottenham, and the player has recently said he would be open to remaining with the Turkish giants.
According to the Turkish newspaper, Kocaman has made signing Janssen a priority ahead of the next transfer window, as he’s been impressed with the Tottenham player since his arrival in Istanbul.
Fanatik have quoted Kocaman talking about the Netherlands international: “Janssen is an important part of our team. He’s an integral part of our club, and he’s very central figure of how we want to play. We have to keep him in our squad for the next season.”
However, Fanatik claim Fenerbahce don’t have any chance of signing Janssen on a permanent deal because of his transfer value, so the club’s board are hoping to loan him again.
It’s claimed, Fenerbahce officials will contact Tottenham before the season ends to discuss loaning Janssen for another season.
For Tottenham, another loan doesn’t sound like the best deal, given it would end in June 2019, a year before the end of the striker’s contract. Therefore, Daniel Levy will have to work some magic and either force Fenerbahce into paying a permanent fee, or coming up with a deal attractive enough to Spurs.
The 23-year old has scored 3 goals and made 5 assists since joining the Yellow Canaries at the start of September.