Pape Alioune Ndiaye, the Franco-Senegalese defender of Vorskla (Ukrainian L1), has several avenues as the summer transfer window approaches.
At the end of his contract with the Ukrainian team of Vorskla on June 30, Pape Alioune Ndiaye (not to be confused with his namesake, the Senegalese international midfielder passed by Stoke City and Galatasaray, editor’s note) does not lack solicitations at the approach of the transfer window summery. Trained in Valenciennes, the immense defender (2.03 m) could return to France at the end of a season which saw him confirm his rank among the best foreign axial in the Ukrainian championship.
Offered in Lens, followed by Besiktas
The player was in any case offered at RC Lens and deemed interesting by the Sang et Or recruitment unit, learned Football365 Africa. Spotted by… Lille when Jorge Campos was working there and always followed by the Mastiffs, the 23-year-old player also arouses the interest of Sporting Braga and Besiktas. The Stambouliotes supervised him this winter when Vorskla was in mid-season training in Turkey and have kept an eye on his performances since. Case to follow.