Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen has said that he will decide on his future after his post-season holiday but did admits that he wants more playing time next season.
The Dutch international said of his future, “As a young player I had to compete with Harry Kane – the top scorer of the Premier League – arguably the toughest league in the world, and a striker who is performing remains in the team.
“That [my future] is a matter for after the holidays. I want the prospect of more playing time, but otherwise I’m now better keeping my mouth shut.”
After arriving at Spurs from AZ Alkmaar last summer for £18.8 million, Janssen struggled to adapt to life in England and failed to provide support for main striker Harry Kane. He managed just two goals from open play.
It remains to be seen whether Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino sees a future for Janssen at the club or whether he will opt to offload him this summer. However should a new striker be brought to the club this summer, the likelihood is high that Janssen will be offloaded.