Fenerbahce are moving ahead in their pursuit of Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen.
The striker spent the past season on loan at the Turkish side, where he scored four goals in an injury ravaged campaign.
But they were sufficiently impressed by his quality that another loan move is on the cards, per Sky Sports.
Tottenham do want to sell Janssen permanently, but it appears interest is limited.
A loan move would work for all parties, as it would free up wages for Spurs, give the player a chance at regular football and give Fenerbahce the striker they need.
Spurs want to include a buying obligation into the loan deal, which may be the sticking point in the transfer.