Spurs striker set for imminent exit

Fans take selfies with Tottenham Hotspur dutch striker Vincent Janssen upon his arrival at Ataturk International airport in Istanbul

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The Netherlands worldwide is flying to Istanbul to undergo a medical and complete the relevant paperwork ahead of Friday's transfer deadline in Turkey.

Janssen, who signed a four-year from AZ Alkmaar last summer for £18.6m has struggled for game time behind Harry Kane.

Janssen was recently omitted from Spurs' Champions League squad and he he now looks set continue his career in Turkey.

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The BBC had earlier reported that Fener were in talks with Diego Costa's representatives, but the move for Janssen would suggest any deal for the Chelsea striker is dead.

Spurs's signing of Fernando Llorente was expected to see Janssen get even less opportunities under Pochettino this season, but still chose to reject a Deadline Day move to Brighton & Hove Albion. That is about numbers.

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Despite the Argentine claiming he is part of his plans for the future, other reports last week suggested that Janssen was "finished" at Spurs.

Many of the Tottenham supporters have likened Janssen to another big-money flop, Roberto Soldado - and ironically the Spaniard could well be the Dutchman's new strike partner at Fenerbahce.

He could also play alongside former Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie.

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