Tottenham have confirmed the transfer of Lyon striker Clinton Njie for an undisclosed fee, making him their fourth signing of the summer.
The transfer is subject to an international clearance and him securing a work-permit, which should be done before the end of the transfer window. He has signed a five-year deal with the north London club, keeping him at Tottenham till 2020.
The player is known for his versatility, and is capable of playing as a lone striker or on the wings. He had his breakthrough season with Lyon last season where he scored eight goals in 33 appearances for the club, leading them to a second placed finish in Ligue 1.
He has also been a prolific figure for his national side Cameroon, scoring six goals in 11 appearances thus far. He will join Toby Alderweireld from Atletico Madrid, Kevin Wimmer from Cologne and Kieren Trippier from Burnley as the fourth new face in the team.
Nijie, who turned 22 today (15 August), said that he is extremely pleased to join Tottenham and will do his best to take the north London club to loftier heights.
"I'm very happy to join Tottenham, such a big club in England," Clinton told Tottenham's official website.
"I'm still young, still growing up and it's a big challenge - the Premier League is one of the biggest leagues in the world.
"The club is ambitious and I'm ready to give my best to help the club achieve its aims.
"Like I said, I'm still learning and I'm here to give my best. I just hope I get the chance to give (back) to the club what they are giving to me.
"I've always loved playing football and it's always been my dream to play professional football so when I had my chance, I had to grab it," he added.