Marseille and Tottenham Hotspur have finally reached an agreement which will allow winger Georges-Kevin N'Koudou to move to White Hart Lane.

A deal had been all lined up for the France Under-21 international to join the Premier League side and he even underwent a medical in London, but the transfer collapsed after Spurs tried to renegotiate, adding additional clauses into the agreement.

The two clubs kept talking though and now, according to French sports daily L'Equipe, a breakthrough has been achieved, one which will see N'Koudou sign a five-year deal at Spurs.

Meanwhile. Spurs winger Clinton Njie will join Marseille on a season-long loan deal, with an option to buy included.

The breakthrough will end the complex and lengthy transfer saga and ensure that Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino lands N'Koudou.


Marseille meanwhile will strengthen with Njie, a player highly rated by the club's coach Franck Passi.

N'Koudou was only snapped up by Marseille last summer, arriving at the Stade Velodrome from Nantes and at a cost of just €1.5m.

Now the southern French giants are set to realise a quick and hefty profit on the winger.