Galatasaray have completed a deal to sign Senegal international Papa Alioune 'Badou' Ndiaye, recruiting the midfielder from Osmalispor on a four-year deal.
Gala have confirmed the deal on their official website, as the 26-year-old ends his two-year stay with The Ottomans.
🤝Papa Alioune 'Badou' Ndiaye #Galatasaray'da!https://t.co/fZUd4lpfDa pic.twitter.com/PCyhfKKbzG
- Galatasaray SK (@GalatasaraySK) August 3, 2017
The Dakar-born midfielder began his career at the celebrated Diambars academy before signing for Norwegian side Bodo/Glimt - initially on loan - in 2012.
While he moves to Galatasary for an undisclosed fee, Football365 have estimated that the Turkish giants have paid €7.5 million for his services.
Badou was a part of the Senegal side that reached the quarterfinals of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, starting the group games against Tunisia and Algeria, and coming on as a substitute against Cameroon.
Gala have already signed Morocco international Younes Belhanda from OGC Nice this summer.