Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur want Fenerbahce to pay €6m to extend Vincent Janssen’s loan spell by an extra year but the Turkish club is only willing to pay €2m, according to a report on Sport Witness.
The striker has failed to make any real impact during his spell with Spurs and was loaned to Fenerbahce last season and it seems that he impressed them enough for them to pursue another season-long loan move.
Janssen managed to find the back of the net four times in the Super Lig last season before he picked up an injury.
Fenerbahce paid €5m to the north London club for last season’s loan spell, with the club’s new president believing that the fee was too much for a loan.
But instead of lowering their price, Spurs have increased their demands and it could mean that the Turkish side pulls out of a possible deal.
Mauricio Pochettino is desperate to offload the misfiring striker this summer to make room in his squad for new signings.
24-year-old Janssen seems eager to stay in Turkey after he revealed he could see himself with Fenerbahce in the future. He said:
I had a fantastic year despite the injury, and I have the feeling that the chapter with Fenerbahçe has not yet been closed.
That does not mean that Fenerbahçe is my only option. I am open to everything. There is nothing at the moment and it is easy to wait.