Beşiktaş have agreed a three-year deal with Hull City striker Dame N’Doye according to Fanatik.
The Turkish sports newspaper claim that Beşiktaş have reached an agreement with Hull and will pay £2 million for the transfer if it goes ahead as planned.
The Black Eagles had been closely linked with N’Doye but put talks on hold after negotiations with Fiorentina intensified over the transfer of Mario Gomez.
The Istanbul giants are also reported to be close to signing Gomez.
N’Doye had a great record at Copenhagen where he scored 82 times and provided 34 assists in 150 appearances.
The Senegal international was closely linked with a move to Trabzonspor but joined Lokomotiv Moscow instead before joining Hull City last January. N’Doye scored five times in 15 games for the Tigers last season.
Beşiktaş recently completed the transfer of Ricardo Quaresma but are desperate to sign a striker following the sale of Demba Ba to Chinese giants Shanghai Shenhua for €14 million.
The Black Eagles are currently managed by Şenol Güneş and finished last season in third place.