Vicent Janssen arrived at Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2016 with a big reputation after scoring 31 times for Dutch outfit AZ during the 2015-16 campaign.
The centre-forward struggled to make his mark in the Premier League, however, managing just two league goals for Spurs before joining Fenerbahce on loan last summer.
Janssen, who is valued at £9m by transfermarkt.co.uk, made a decent start to life in Turkey, but has actually been on the sidelines for the entirety of 2018 after picking up an ankle injury.
As it stands, the 23-year-old will return to Tottenham this summer, and it is unclear whether he will be used by Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino or sold on.
Fernando Llorente is currently Harry Kane’s back-up at Tottenham, but it seems that a number of the club’s supporters would rather have Janssen despite his struggles at the club last season.
A selection of the Twitter reaction from the Spurs fans, who have also been commenting on the loan spell of another of their players, can be seen below:
With hindsight, would you have kept big Vinny and not brought in Llorente? https://t.co/rUg8hvJ7Vl
— Alasdair Gold (@AlasdairGold) April 10, 2018
Vinny had the potential to improve whereas Llorente is in the twilight of his career so in hindsight I would have kept Vinny.
— martin pearce (@pearcey33) April 10, 2018
You can't blame a weapon of is not being used what it's good for
— 2 Khan (@Huk06) April 10, 2018
The potential in Vinny is an advantage over the 32 year old Llorente. I'd take him back if he understands and accepts the work ethic required.
— Spiggy (@SpiggyTope) April 10, 2018
Yes. With hindsight definitely. He could have gained an extra year of experience in the premier league and is still young with potential and effort. Would you sell both Jansen & Llorente and replace w rondon w that money for next year?
— TheFootyCafe (@TheFootyCafe) April 10, 2018
Can’t be any worse.
— Andy P 🎸🏏🥂👽 (@mralibi) April 10, 2018
I thought VJ was pretty good in the holdup play, distributing ball to other attackers. I liked him. Hope he's not a broken footballer now.
— Apocalypse-of-Peace (@Apocalypto_Dr) April 10, 2018
Keep 100%. Plays so much harder. Never stops
— Mike Achtereekte (@mikeatrack) April 10, 2018