Recently relegated Hull City striker Dame N’Doye could be on the way to MLS after the Tigers have reportedly offered the Senegalese international to the LA Galaxy as well as Newcastle and Aston Villa, according to MLS Transfers on Twitter.
N’Doye only joined Hull from Lokomotiv Moscow on deadline day in February but after suffering relegation with the Premier League side he is likely to be on the move again.
The 30-year-old forward scored five goals in 15 Premier League games for Hull but will likely be too expensive to keep on the wage bill in the Championship next term.Embed from Getty Images
Newcastle and Aston Villa may look to move for the 26-time capped Senegal international as they look to bolster their strike forces this summer.
Though LA Galaxy may also look to sign him as they too have reportedly been offered the chance to add the former Copenhagen striker.
Source: Hull City's Dame N'Doye has been offered up to Newcastle, Aston Villa and LA Galaxy. The Galaxy do not have anymore DP slots open.
— MLS Transfers (@MLSTransfers) June 1, 2015
One major issue with any Galaxy move is that the club do not currently have any open Designated Player slots.
Robbie Keane, Omar Gonzalez and Steven Gerrard are all DP’s and so a move for N’Doye is unlikely.
Add that to the fact that a transfer fee would be necessary, and it’s difficult to see him winding up in MLS this summer.
Would Dame N’Doye be a good signing for the LA Galaxy?