By Danny Wright

12th Dec, 2017 | 3:27pm

Tottenham forward drops huge hint about future exit

Vincent Janssen has admitted that he sees his future panning out away from Tottenham as he settles into his loan spell at Fenerbahce.

Janssen, 23, moved to Fenerbahce in September on a season-long loan deal and has now revealed that he sees his future with the Turkish side.

The Netherlands international joined Spurs last summer from AZ Alkmaar but struggled to hit any real form as he played second fiddle to Harry Kane and at times Heung-min Son up front.

The Dutch forward scored six goals in 39 appearances across all competitions for Tottenham, and although most of his game time came from the bench, Mauricio Pochettino saw it fit to offload him and replace him with Fernando Llorente.

Now, Janssen has said dropped a huge hint that he may want to exit the North London club in the future.

“I am in team where I’m very happy right now. I would like to continue my career in Fenerbahce,” he said, as quoted by Turkish news outlet Fanatik and translated by

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“Unfortunately, not everything is down to me. My club’s attitude will be decisive.”

Janssen has made 12 appearances across all competitions for Fenerbahce this season, scoring three goals and supplying four assists.

He got off to a great start with the Turkish side when he put in a man of the match display in a fiery Istanbul derby clash with Besiktas in September.

Janssen scored and supplied an assist in a 2-1 win for his side as four players were sent off.

In other Tottenham news, Spurs are to hold talks with this powerhouse over a deal.

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