Shodipo, 24, had a hugely successful period on loan at Oxford United last term, scoring 13 goals in 46 appearances
After months of transfer speculation, with talks of a new contract at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium continuing to stall, the 23-year-old will make the move to Istanbul in the summer, where he has signed a four-year deal.
The attacker had been watched by both sides of the Glasgow divide with pre-contracts being considered by both outfits.
The 22-year-old attracted interest from clubs in the summer after an impressive campaign last season and he is now on Celtic’s radar.
Boro boss Neil Warnock has been self-isolating after recently testing positive for coronavirus and did not attend the match against the club he guided to promotion to the top flight in 2011.
Reports claimed Osayi-Samuel is hoping Crystal Palace make a bid for him this summer.
Palace manager Roy Hodgson revealed after Eze’s first outing following his £19.5 million move from Queens Park Rangers that he had picked up a slight groin niggle.
The highly-rated England Under-21 international started every Championship game and scored 14 goals for QPR last season
The additional £4 million are seen as “achievable” add-ons, with QPR also having a 20 per cent sell-on clause built into the agreement.
Fulham, West Ham, West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa have all been mentioned as interested parties, while Crystal Palace have had a £12 million offer rejected.
Reports claim West Ham are ready to use Jordan Hugill in a bid to bring down QPR’s valuation of Eze.
Eze has enjoyed an outstanding campaign in the Championship, contributing 14 goals and eight assists from his 46 starts.
N’Golo Kante started in midfield for Frank Lampard’s side after recently returning to full contact training despite his coronavirus fears.
The Daily Mail claimed the potential new board member appears to be eyeing a move for Eberechi Eze of QPR even though the takeover remains in doubt, which could be a hint to those concerned that it is only a matter of time.
QPR have rejected a bid from Club Brugge for Bright Osayi-Samuel.
England-born Nigerian midfielder, Eberechi Eze, has been voted Queens Park Rangers’ Player of the Season.
QPR attacker and Tottenham transfer target Eberechi Eze has opened up about his difficult decision whether to pursue an international career with England or Nigeria.
With the European Championship postponed until 2021 amid the coronavirus pandemic, the club’s director of football believes the England U20 international has the talent to challenge for a place in Gareth Southgate’s squad
Tottenham is in pole position to sign Ebere Eze after Crystal Palace reportedly cooled their interest in the QPR star.
Eberechi Eze, dubbed as the new Austin Jay Jay Okocha, sealed victory in Queens Park Rangers comeback 3-1 win over Preston on Saturday.