By Angu Lesley
Njie Clinton Mua and Dynamo Moscow have decided to part ways by mutual agreement. Both parties took advantage on the recent FIFA directives on transfer of players in war ravaged Ukraine and Russia to seperate without prejudice though the Cameroonian still had a year left on the contract that brought him to Moscow from Marseille.
“Dinamo Football Club has reached an agreement to terminate the employment contract with striker Clinton N’Jie by mutual agreement. We thank Clinton for his years with the team and wish him well in his future career,” a club statement indicated.
According to multiple sources, Njie is opened for a new challenge after a period of less than stellar success at Dynamo Moscow. When Njie arrived from Olympique Marseille in 2019, he was widely expected to perform well in Moscow.
Unfortunately, during his three-year stint he only scored six goals and provided four assists in 66 games.
Njie was seemingly unprepared for the type of play that was expected from Dynamo Moscow since he was still in French football mode.
What eventually doomed Njie in Moscow was the crisis which has caused a stop-start situation of Russian football.
Njie and Dynamo parting by mutual agreement is the best for both. They were never a match in world football.
The Cameroon international came through the Brasserie Football Academy and has gone on to represent Lyon, Marseille, Spurs among others plus score 10 goals in 42 caps for Cameroon.
What will transpire?
My prediction for Njie is that he could return to France and have a season or two again to relaunch his career as he is just 28 and still has huge potential.
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