The 25-year-old may not be handed a contract extension come the the end of the season with his present club Olympic de Marseille in France.Sources say the club the club is looking to get cuts on huge salaries paid to players.

It was almost certain the speedster was going to part ways with Marseille in January, but in his own words he decided to stay at the club and fight for his place despite him sliding down the coaches perking order with the arrival of a certain Mario Balotelli who looks a little bit sharper up front.

Clinton Njie has witness large chunks of his season marred by injury, and when he is fit he has found himself in the cold, warming the bench as coach Rudi Garcia prefers using him more as an impact sub. This season the striker has played 12 matches with 3 starts, equivalent to 309 minutes with 2 goals scored, not good enough for someone that was once tipped as the next Samuel Eto’o.

If he leaves Marseille his next club would be his 4 but Cameroonians are yet to see that raw talented lad who came up the ranks in 2014 dazzle at club level. He has 28 goals in his senior career level for club and country, and it remains to seen how the lad deals with this one; if it dents his mood at the moment after he scored with the national team, or if it makes him stronger for a new challenge ahead.