Janssen sends message to Spurs as he completes loan exit

Janssen sends message to Spurs as he completes loan exit

Janssen sends message to Spurs as he completes loan exit

Janssen rejected a loan move to Brighton before the English window closed, and he will now move to Turkey on its transfer deadline day. He was then left out of Mauricio Pochettino's Champions League group stage squad, further compounding his misery.

The Turkish giants were also interested in signing Chelsea striker Diego Costa on loan but it seems that deal is not going to go through with Janssen set to join the club.

'Yes of course [he has a future],' said Pochettino.

The 23-year-old has scored only six goals in 38 appearances following an £18.5million deal with AZ Alkmaar in 2016. The next question is why he is not in Champions League squad. We are 19, so him and [Erik] Lamela we decided [to leave out].

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The Dutch global Janssen was seemingly surplus to requirements at the North London club following the arrival of Fernando Llorente from Swansea.

Despite the Argentine claiming he is part of his plans for the future, other reports last week suggested that Janssen was "finished" at Spurs. That was an obvious sign about Janssen's standing in the Tottenham squad.

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