Vincent Labrune reportedly visited Tottenham attacker Clinton Njie's house to try and conclude deal

Tottenham's Clinton Njie sat in the stands

Marseille are keen to sign Clinton Njie from Tottenham.

Tottenham's Clinton Njie sat in the standsTottenham's Clinton Njie sat in the stands

Marseille are attempting to convince Clinton Njie to quit Tottenham Hotspur to sign for them, and have so far been met with indecision.

Yet the French side's effort to conclude a deal cannot be questioned, with details of their attempts emerging in the French media.

Foot Marseille report via L'Equipe that club president Vincent Labrune flew to London to visit Njie's house on Monday to attempt to sell him on the move.

Tottenham's Clinton Njie during trainingTottenham's Clinton Njie during training

The report claims talks were ongoing until 3am, with the attacker flying out to Marseille to hold further discussions. The Daily Mail also reported that Njie had flown to France.

The Cameroon international could be loaned or sold, while Georges-Kevin Nkoudou is set to move in the other direction from Marseille to Tottenham.

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A further twist over Njie's future was reported by Europe Mercato, who claimed Marseille had consulted with former Spurs director of football Franco Baldini before making their approach.

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