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Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Pochettino would rather keep Janssen


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Fox Sport are reporting that Tottenham have turned down three offers for 23-year-old (24 next June) Dutch international striker Vincent Janssen.

He was awarded the 2016 Johan Cruyff Trophy, the Dutch "Talent of the Year" award but struggled for us in his first season in the Premier League. He has 13 full international caps scoring 7 goals.

According to the Sun his time at Tottenham is a nightmare, typical trash from the gutter press who haven't looked into his statistics. He only played 829 minutes of Premier League football, the equivalent of just 9.21 minutes.

According to 90 mins Borussia Monchengladbach are set for talks over a transfer, which is wild guesswork. Simply because a club are interested in a purchase doesn't mean talks will take place, indeed, if we don't want to sell him then they certainly won't.

Their £12 million (€13.66m - AUS20.28m - AUS$15.53m) offer wouldn't be anywhere near enough, we bought him for £17 million (€19.36m - AUS28.72m - AUS$22m) so we would be asking for more than that.

Naturally in World Cup season he will be wanting to play regularly and thus may well be open to a move, however that would have to be on Tottenham's terms, so a loss on him would be unlikely to interest us, especially when you consider we want over £17 million for reserve centre-back Kevim Wimmer. I don't see clubs paying more than we paid for him.

COYS

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5 comments:

  1. His haul of 9 goals and 6 assists in his first season isnt impressive but most goalscorers from other leagues struggle in their first in the prem and have to improve that extra split second against prem defences.
    Son came from the bundesliga (which is very similar in style to the prem) and still took a season to start regularly banging them in, Chadli also had a nothing first season with us. I saw enough from Jannsen to suggest hes a good all round player and think the goals will come from him.
    He seemed to be growing in confidence right towards the end of the season.
    That being said, I think someone like Josh King who has proven himself in the prem in a similar system to ours (but amongst less creative players) looks like a no brainer.

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  2. His haul of 9 goals and 6 assists in his first season isnt impressive but most goalscorers from other leagues struggle in their first in the prem and have to improve that extra split second against prem defences.
    Son came from the bundesliga (which is very similar in style to the prem) and still took a season to start regularly banging them in, Chadli also had a nothing first season with us. I saw enough from Jannsen to suggest hes a good all round player and think the goals will come from him.
    He seemed to be growing in confidence right towards the end of the season.
    That being said, I think someone like Josh King who has proven himself in the prem in a similar system to ours (but amongst less creative players) looks like a no brainer.

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  3. I totally agree with everything you said mate, keep Janssen for another couple of seasons at least, give him more game time and I'm sure he will come good too!

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  4. Having said that, the only other striker I would quite like to see at #COYS would be "chicarito"👍😀⚽️

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