Sporx report Fenerbahce have been given renewed hope over Vincent Janssen recovering from injury, after the striker flew back to England to see Tottenham Hotspur’s medical staff.
The Turkish website say the player visited Tottenham’s own staff in order to examine his injury, and they reportedly told Janssen that he can return to action in April.
The Tottenham loanee is likely to miss title deciding games against Basaksehir, Besiktas and Galatasaray, but Fenerbahce are still happy they could have him back for the closing stages of the season.
Fenerbahce only have Jose Fernandao and Roberto Soldado at their disposal in attack, after Robin van Persie rejoined Feyenoord in the last window, so Aykut Kocaman will be relieved Janssen may return in April.
There were concerns the Netherlands international would be ruled doubt for the remainder of the season, but his trip back to Tottenham has been a positive one.
Janssen hasn’t played since the start of December, after picking up the injury against Bursaspor. His injury has resulted in so many mixed messages from the Turkish media that it’ll be no surprise to see something completely different tomorrow.