London (AFP) – Tottenham flop Vincent Janssen has left the club after agreeing a deal to join Mexican top-flight side C.F. Monterrey for a reported £6.3 million.

The 25-year-old Netherlands international joined Spurs from AZ Alkmaar in 2016 but failed to make an impact at the Premier League club.

Janssen arrived in London for a reported £17 million ($21 million), having topped the Eredivisie scoring charts in 2015/16 with 27 goals.

But in his three years at the club he made just 42 appearances, scoring six goals, and spent almost the entire 2017/18 season on loan at Fenerbahce.

Janssen played just three games for Spurs last season, all as a substitute.

“We have reached agreement with Mexican side C.F. Monterrey for the transfer of Vincent Janssen,” said a club statement.

“We wish Vincent all the best for the future.”

Monterrey recently won the CONCACAF Champions League for the fourth time and compete in Mexico’s Liga MX.

Janssen tweeted: “Happy to join @rayados, looking forward to see you all soon. Can’t wait to play for the CONCACAF Champions. #ArribaElMonterrey.”