Hull City have agreed a £3 million fee to sign Lokomotiv Moscow striker Dame N’Doye according to the Express.
Tigers boss Steve Bruce confirmed that a deal has been agreed.
“We agreed a deal yesterday between the two clubs, which we’re pleased about, but there’s still a lot to do, a lot,” Bruce said.
“The boy has been away at the African Nations. Logistically he’s just left Africa and there’s medicals and the rest of it, like personal terms, to be done by Monday. It’s going to be difficult.”
N’Doye had also been closely linked with Fenerbahçe following comments made by football agent Doğan Ercan.
“I told him about Fenerbahçe, he was interested, [Moussa] Sow is his close friend,” Ercan told Radyospor.
N’Doye had an impressive scoring record at Copenhagen, the prolific striker was the Danish Superliga’s top scorer for two seasons running before joining Lokomotiv Moscow in 2012.
The Senegalese international was closely linked with a move to Trabzonspor before his move to Russia.
The 29-year-old has four goals in 15 appearances for Lokomotiv in all competitions this season.
N’Doye has nine goals in 34 international games for Senegal.