Hull City striker N’Doye has turned down an offer from Besiktas according to Eurosport.
The Senegal international was in talks with the Eagles but failed to agree personal terms.
The report states that N’Doye wants to remain in the Premier League and is willing to take a pay cut to join Swansea City, Crystal Palace or Norwich.
Beşiktaş president Fikret Orman was reported to be in London holding talks with Chelsea striker Loic Remy and N’Doye.
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.
Besiktas will compete in the Europa League this season after finishing the Turkish Super Lig in third place behind Fenerbahce and Galatasaray.