West Ham’s entry into the summer transfer window is all set to be marked soon, if recent rumours are to be believed.
It has been stated that the Hammers have been showing renewed interest in Senegalese midfielder Badou Ndiaye, who is currently employed by Turkish side Osmanlispor.
Ndiaye, who has scored 16 goals over the last two seasons, is said to have caught the attention of many other English clubs apart from West Ham, most notables ones of which include Crystal Palace, Newcastle and Sunderland.
The Irons, as frontrunners for the 26-year old’s signature, are reported to have been asked by his current team to shell out at least £8.5 million to complete the transfer.
Ndiaye is relatively unknown to English football fans, but those who support West Ham will particularly want their manager to sign him for his celebrations alone, besides the aforementioned qualities.