Janssen rejected a loan move to Brighton before the English window closed, and he will now move to Turkey on its transfer deadline day.
Janssen was left out of Spurs' 25-man Champions League squad earlier this week but boss Mauricio Pochettino insisted on Thursday that the Netherlands global remains part of his plans. I will continue in Istanbul on a season-long loan at Fenerbahce.
'Yes of course [he has a future],' said Pochettino.More news: US Open 2017: Superb Kevin Anderson reaches first Grand Slam final
He was not named in the Lillywhites squad that is set to compete in the group stages of the Champions League. We are 19, so him and [Erik] Lamela we decided [to leave out].
The Dutch worldwide, who joined Spurs from AZ Alkmaar in July 2016, was left out of Mauricio Pochettino's Champions League squad after the Londoners signed Fernando Llorente from Swansea late in the summer window. But, yes, he has a future like other players here'.
He's only played one minute of Premier League football this season. Best case scenario: he scores a hatful and increases his value.More news: 3 things we learned from win over Nebraska
Janssen has been left out of Tottenham's Champions League squad and manager Mauricio Pochettino explained the reason behind his decision to omit him from the squad.
As for Fenerbahce, their star striker Robin van Persie picked up an injury in the global break.More news: Mumbai blasts case: Why death penalty for Tahir Merchant?