Tottenham Hotspur are ready to let Vincent Janssen leave this month despite their current striker crisis.
With Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Lucas Moura injured, as well as losing Son Heung-Min to the Asia Cup, Spurs have very few options up front.
Nonetheless, Mauricio Pochettino continues to freeze Janssen out of the first-team picture and he is available for transfer.
According to The Daily Mail, Burnley are ready to take a gamble on the Dutchman with a £15m move.
Even thought it would be a hit on the reported £17m [Daily Mail] that Spurs paid for Janssen back in 2016, this would still be a masterstroke by Daniel Levy.
The 17-cap Netherlands international has scored just six goals in 38 appearances for Tottenham since his summer 2016 move from AZ.
Last season, he spent the entire campaign at Fenerbahce, scoring just five goals in 18 games for the Turkish club.
The 24-year-old has not been handed a squad number by Tottenham this season and has had to settle for game time in the under-23 team.
His future looks bleak and his last Tottenham appearance was in August 2017. If Levy can somehow manage to convince Burnley to stump up £15m for Janssen now, then that would be impressive business for Spurs.