During the last summer window, Iliman Ndiaye left Sheffield United for Marseille. Despite the Blades being promoted to the Premier League, the player pushed for move.

The French side made a heavy investment by paying €17m to land the striker, and it seems the signing wasn’t worth it.

Ndiaye only has four goals and four assists since arriving at Marseille, and Le Phoceen now feature a story about his unimpressive season there.

The outlet claims the former Sheffield United player ‘divides supporters’ at the French club, as some want to see him ‘disappear from the starting line-up’.

It’s said that Ndiaye had many opportunities to prove himself at Marseille, but has been showing a ‘lack of lucidity, confidence or perhaps talent’ during his time there.

The striker continues to get trust from the managers at the club, and that’s what is making their fans angry about the situation.

It’s recalled that in his last season with Sheffield United, Ndiaye had 15 goals and 12 assists for the Blades. Now he’s far from those numbers, and could have a last chance to prove himself in Marseille’s decisive game against Benfica in the Europa League.

That match is very much seen as one he has to perform in. Otherwise, the fans may turn further and a summer exit could be on the cards.

Maybe Sheffield United should keep an eye on things.