According to Haberler.Com, Galatasaray have agreed to sell Badou Ndiaye to Stoke City for €16m plus bonuses, and the move should become official in the coming days.
Ndiaye has been linked with the Premier League side throughout the transfer window, and in recent days the English side have stepped up their pursuit of the player.
Haberler say the Turkish club have accepted Stoke City’s offer for the Senegal international and manager Fatih Terim now wants to use this money to sign Bayern Munich’s Juan Bernat and Juventus defender Kwadwo Asamoah.
According to the Turkish website, Stoke City’s offer also includes a €1m bonus, and the move is expected to become official either today or tomorrow.
The Senegal international came very close to joining West Ham United last summer, but eventually ended up at Galatasaray for a fee in the region of €7.5m.
The 27 year old was left out of Saturday’s game against Osmanlıspor after telling Galatasaray he desperately wanted a move to the Premier League.