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Clinton Njie: Tottenham’s Cameroon forward heading to Marseille

Tottenham forward Clinton Njie is to join French side Marseille on a permanent deal after the two clubs agreed a deal.

The Cameroon international, 23, was on loan to the Ligue 1 club last season, scoring four goals.

Njie joined Spurs from Lyon in 2015 for a reported £10m and made 14 appearances for the club, though he suffered a serious knee injury in December 2015.

“We wish Clinton all the best for the future,” Tottenham said.


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  1. Sabin no di hide.I said in this very forum that” Clinton Njie” can never stay without a club.Here comes the result today.Clinton possess a lot of admirable quality to stay without a club.The sky is your limit my brother.Haters should take rope and put on their necks, if they die, we will bury them.

    • His move to Tottenham was premature. He is talented no doubt but still needed to mature. He will settle and come good. If he stays injury free and can work hard we will see much better from him tha. We had in the past. He is verdatile and quick, technical and fearless…a bit of consistency and confidence would do well…we need him on form again.

  2. We badly needed this guy in the confederations cup. Glad he is still up. Hope he gets called up.

    • Loko I doubt we did based on his performances during the season. He didnt deserve a call up. True, a lot of players disappointed at the confed cup but they were on better form at the season than Clinton. Like coach advised he should work hard, start the season well and get called up again for the games against Nigeria….I suspect at least 5 players at the confed cup wont be called back…he can easily get back in the squad..

  3. Adebayor depict here a typical delima facing many diasporans.

    Admin, if you can throw this as a headline for discussion, I think many young Cameroonian diasporians will benefit from the discussion which might follow.