Andros Townsend had the wrong attitude, Emmanuel Adebayor had the wrong attitude, by his own admission Etienne Capoue had the wrong attitude, Giovanni dos Santos had the wrong attitude. It is common for talented players not to have the extra added ingredient that takes them to the next level, some players want it on a plate, they want to be the big fish in a small pond.
Mauricio Pochettino looked at Clinton N'jie for a season and he didn't impress. Now on loan at French side Marseille for a season, he isn't impressing their coach either. He isn't impressing Rudi Garcia with his attitude in training and if you don't produce on the training field you don't get selected.
Nationwide sports daily newspaper L'Equipe, suggest Marseille coach Garcia does not feel the forward is showing the right attitude. Garcia didn't purchase or agree to the loan move for N'Jie, he wasn't even at the club. He was appointed after the club were taken over by American businessman Frank McCourt in October, the transfer window shut at the end of August.
We might find he ends up back with us.