Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye’s agent William D’Avila has spoken to Turkish radio station Radyospor and confirmed Sevilla and Fenerbahce are interested in signing his client.
Ndiaye spent last season on loan with his former club Galatasaray after the Potters were relegated to the Championship.
As covered by Fanatik, D’Avila said the Stoke City player is attracting interest from Spain and Turkey: “We are talking with Stoke. I think it’s unlikely he will continue at Galatasaray but maybe he can play for another team in the Super Lig.
“I haven’t had a chance to speak with him properly, but I can say that Sevilla and Fenerbahce are interested in him. Everything will be much clearer during the African Cup of Nations.”
According to Fanatik, Fenerbahce are ready to offer a €1.25m loan fee to Stoke City and they will also cover Ndiaye’s wages. However, they will face competition from Sevilla in the race to land the Senegal international.
The player has gone on record to say he’s not interested in playing in the English second tier next season and it’s expected he will leave Stoke City in this transfer window.
It’s looking likely the English side will make a loss on the player after paying Galatasaray €16m 18 months ago, with recent claims they will accept offers in the region of €7m.