Sporx reports Galatasaray are ready to make another attempt to sign Badou Ndiaye from Stoke City.

The Senegalese midfielder has now returned to his parent club after his loan spell ended with Gala, and Sporx say Galatasaray are still hopeful of landing the 29 year old for another season.

After Stoke City recently signed Jordan Cousins and Nick Powell, it’s reported the Championship side are ready to part ways with Ndiaye and their manager Nathan Jones backs the plan.

Ndiaye previously stated he doesn’t want to play for Stoke City in the second tier and Sporx claims Galatasaray could take advantage of the situation.

The Super Lig side are looking to add to their squad this summer and Ndiaye was influential in the club getting into the Champions League for next season, so is an obvious option.

The Turkish champions paid €800K to Stoke to loan Ndiaye last season and are ready to offer the same amount once again.