Tottenham Hotspur fans have wished Vincent Janssen the best of luck after he completed a move to Mexican side Monterrey, per the club’s official Twitter account.
The Netherlands international endured a genuinely difficult spell in north London following his arrival from AZ Alkmaar in 2016.
He scored a mere six goals for the club in 42 appearances and spent the 2017/18 season on loan at Fenerbahce.
Injuries forced manager Mauricio Pochettino to bring him back into the fold at the back end of last season and he made three substitute appearances in the Premier League.
However, he has now departed for a fee of around £6.3m, per BBC Sport, as he looks to resuscitate his career.
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Despite his appalling record for Spurs – only two of his goals came in open play – fans surprisingly have wished Janssen the best, with many hoping he thrives in Mexico.
Of course, it’s not as though Janssen is joining a direct rival or has left the club on poor terms, but some animosity would be more than understandable considering how he’s consistently failed to deliver in a Spurs shirt.
That’s not how these Spurs fans are feeling though – take a look at the best of the reaction below!
Best of luck Vincent, we still love you❤️
— ً (@THFCgod) July 23, 2019
Thanks for everything lad. Sorry it didn’t work but go rebuild your career #yid
— Ben (@2001_B17) July 23, 2019
Good lucky Vinny ??
— MV?? (@VamosYids) July 23, 2019
Hope he does well there & makes a career for himself again. Unfortunate the way things turned out for him at Spurs. Wish him well.
— Noz Ahmed (@NozAhmed) July 23, 2019
Shame it didn’t work out. All the best Vinnie.
— Richie (@richiekpuk) July 23, 2019
All the best Vince.
— Vass Koni (@vkon1) July 23, 2019
Good luck big Vinny
— SpursLad82 (@rich20101982) July 23, 2019
Best of luck Vinny, such a shame it never worked out the player as he always gave his everything and tried his best in the games he played however he was never really up to the standard of where the club is now.
Sincerely hopes he now goes on to rekindle his career in Mexico.
— Ricky Sacks ? (@RickSpur) July 23, 2019