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Clinton Njie has joined Marseille on a permanent deal from Tottenham.

Njie, 23, was on loan with the Ligue 1 club last season, having failed to secure a regular role at White Hart Lane.

The Cameroon forward  did not start a single Premier League game for Spurs, making eight substitute appearances after arriving from Lyon in a deal reportedly worth more than £8 million.

After returning to France he scored four times in 22 outings for OM.

Tottenham announced the news on Twitter, saying: "We have reached agreement with @OM_Officiel for the permanent transfer of Clinton Njie. We wish Clinton all the best for the future."

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