Osmanlıspor midfielder Badou Ndiaye is set to join an unnamed English club for a fee in the region €8.25m, claim Transferhaberleri.Com.

The Senegal international has been a key factor in Osmanlıspor’s success this season, and subsequently earlier this year he was linked with a move to Crystal Palace and West Ham United

During the last window Ndiaye was receiving interest from Crystal Palace, when Alan Pardew was in charge at Selhurst Park. At the time it was reported Crystal Palace were set to table an €8m offer for the player, but Osmanlıspor didn’t want to sell midway through the season.

West Ham were also looking to sign Ndiaye, with claims the Hammers put in a bid of €5.5m to sign the youngster in January. However, West Ham’s offer was rejected by the Turkish club because it didn’t meet their valuation.

Whether it’s Crystal Palace, West Ham, or another Premier League side, Ndiaye will inject energy at whichever club he signs for. He was one of the standout players for Osmanlıspor last season, and will be good addition for his next club.