TOTTENHAM managed to get a staggering £ 10 million from Monterrey for the transfer of Vincent Janssen.
Even the Holland striker played only 40 minutes for Spurs in the last two seasons.
Tottenham announced that they had reached an agreement with Mexican side Monsters for a move for cult hero Janssen, 25, earlier today.
And chairman Daniel Levy again showed his business mastery when he recruited more than half the fee he paid for the striker with three years ago.
The Holland forward joined North London in 2016 as a £ 17m deal from AZ Alkmaar.
He managed to play 38 games for spurs in his debut Premier League season and scored six goals.
Janssen then spent one minute on the pitch against Chelsea in 2017/18, before being shipped to Fenerbahce on loan.
After returning from Turkey, he was nowhere to see Tottenham's first squad until this year's Easter holiday.
Fans celebrated Janssen's miraculous resignation when he was named among the Sabs for the first time in April 20, even though he didn't come up against Manchester City.
He then performed three appearances for Mauricio Pochettino's side – rocking the total of 40 minutes of competitive football in two seasons.
Janssen abandoned the spurs, having played 42 games for the club and with the six goals he scored in the 2016/17 campaign to his name.