Osmanlispor and Galatasaray agree Ndiaye deal

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The Senegalese international is now expected to complete his switch to the Turk Telekom Stadium

Super League pair Osmanlispor and Galatasaray have reached an agreement for the transfer of midfielder Badou Ndiaye to Galatasaray.

Ndiaye has been at the centre of a tug of war involving the Turkish giants and Premier League duo, West Ham United and Newcastle United.

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According to BeinSport, Osmanilispor’s chairman Ahmet Gokcek was quoted saying he has reached an agreement with Cimbom for the transfer of the Senegalese international for a fee reported to be 7.5 million euros.

The deal will also see Gala send three developmental players to the Ottomans within a period of one year.

Ndiaye has played 59 times for the Super League side over two seasons and scored 17 goals.

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