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Vincent Janssen from being thrown out of Rayados de Monterrey to having the possibility of reaching the Premier League

Vincent Janssen in lament with Rayados de Monterrey of the Liga MX.

Photo: Jorge Mendoza / Imago7

Vincent Janssen left 24 goals with the Rayados de Monterrey shirt, something that it was not enough for him to continue with the Aztec team and he ended up arriving at Royal Antwerp FCa group that hired him in 2022 after his departure from the Mexican team.

However, now with a good performance in said Belgian team, he would be on the radar of some Premier League teams, competition known internationally as the best in Europe.

The player who was born in the Netherlands He has 17 annotations and counting the Pro League and the Belgian Cup, numbers that help him to be in the orbit of said competition where the Mexican Raúl Jiménez lives. At least This is how Ekrem Konur, a journalist specializing in the pass market, details it.

Vincent Janssen could return to the Premier League. Two clubs are following up on the striker’s situation”, said said source on social networks, who detailed two passes on goal that are added to the 17 goals scored by the European, but did not reveal which teams in question would be wanted by the services of the former Rayados player.

Janssen had two steps for Tottenham, a London team that sent him on loan to Fenerbahce and later sold him to Rayados, a team with which he achieved he shook the nets in 24 opportunities and five assists in 93 games since his arrival in Mexico in the Apertura 19/20.

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