Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Should Tottenham Hotspur Allow The Transfer Of This Forward To Happen?

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Abhishek Majumdar
Editor in Chief of The 4th Official. A man in his thirties who worries about the nuances of the financial aspects of football and how it will impact the game in the long term.

Tottenham have concluded a great season in the Premier League and have clinched the runners-up position for the last term right behind the eventual champions Chelsea. Almost all the players displayed great composure and vigour and have made important contributions for the North London club’s success last season. However, there are a few players who have been termed as surplus to the club’s current requirement, one of them being the Dutch striker Vincent Janssen.

Janssen, who came in from the Dutch Eredivisie side AZ Alkmaar following what was a great season for the forward for £17 million to join Spurs, never looked like settling down at White Hart Lane.

With players like Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son and Dele Alli in ominous form throughout the season, the Dutchman did not get the nod from his current club manager Mauricio Pochettino to start ahead of them. He also only scored two goals to show for his efforts and is considered to be a flop in the Premier League last season.

With the next season already in view, Tottenham are looking to come out with an even stronger team and want to offload quite a few of their players who have failed to perform well in the last term, including this striker.

There is a possibility that the Dutch forward might be picked up by German Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach for the next season. Janssen, despite his form, is considered to be a player perfect to pair up front with their main striker Lars Stindl and get a chance to turn his future in the forthcoming days.

In the current scenario, the 23-year-old striker must consider this to be a lifeline that has been handed to him to revive his career as he is looking to make a mark back at the highest level. It will also be helpful for him to become a regular in the Dutch side and play on a long term basis for the National team.

Reportedly, the German club is set to offer guaranteed first team place to the out of favour striker at Tottenham and this might be the turning point for Janssen that he has been seeking for. Monchengladbach is not in the best of states and needs to revive their performance in the Bundesliga to rise to glory once again, and Janssen can be the perfect player to fit their bill in the next season.

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