Monday, 5 December 2016

Clinton N’Jie's bosses not happy with his attitude

Marseille boss Rudi Garcia is yet to be convinced by on loan youngster Clinton N’Jie, with the Spurs-owned 23-year-old’s attitude being called into question, according to a report from French media outlet L’Equipe.

The 15-capped Cameroon international forward has made nine appearances for the Ligue 1 outfit, since moving to the Stade Velodrome on a season-long loan, managing to score just a single goal, and has failed to establish himself as one of Garcia’s trusted members of the first-team.

And the report from L’Equipe claims that the Marseille boss feels as though N’Jie is not on the same page as the club as far as their footballing philosophies and expectations are concerned.

Garcia was appointed as manager of Marseille in October, so he actually had no involvement in bringing the Cameroonian to the club.

And after these latest reports, it is unclear whether N’Jie can expect to have a future with the French side, who have an option to buy him at the end of his loan deal for a fee of €7 million (£5.9 million).

There is still time left for the striker to prove himself, however, with more than half of the Ligue 1 season still remaining.

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