Clubs queu­ing for Janssen’s sig­na­ture

New Straits Times - - Sport -

LONDON: Stoke City and West Bromwich Al­bion are show­ing in­ter­est in Tot­ten­ham Hot­spur striker Vin­cent Janssen.

The Hol­land in­ter­na­tional is also wanted by Bun­desliga side Borus­sia Monchenglad­bach.

Tot­ten­ham will con­sider of­fers for the 23-year-old who cost them £17 mil­lion (RM95 mil­lion) from AZ Alk­maar last sum­mer where he had been top scorer in the Dutch league.

Yet he has man­aged just six goals in 35 ap­pear­ances for Spurs, pre­dom­i­nantly from the bench.

Janssen has had a thank­less task com­pet­ing with Harry Kane for the main strik­ing role.

He was crit­i­cised by man­ager Mauri­cio Po­chet­tino for his workrate ear­lier in the sea­son but is still cov­eted by Stoke and Al­bion who be­lieve he can have a greater im­pact in the Premier League given more game time.

Lazio and Mar­seille have also shown in­ter­est in Janssen. Daily Mail


Le­ices­ter City’s Jamie Vardy (front) and Ar­se­nal’s Na­cho Mon­real bat­tle for the ball at the Emi­rates Sta­dium on Fri­day.

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