Aksam report Galatasaray are no longer in pole position to sign Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye and that Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers are in the mix to sign the player.
Ndiaye is expected to leave Stoke this summer following the club’s relegation to the Championship.
Galatasaray are reportedly looking to re-sign the Senegal international on loan, just six months after he left the Turkish club to join the Potters, but face competition from England.
According to Aksam, Premier League sides Wolves and Crystal Palace are showing an interest in the player. Stoke City would prefer to sell outright which puts the two English clubs in a stronger position than the financially restricted Turkish giants.
Earlier this month we covered reports from Turkey that Wolves had offered €25m for Ndiaye, but it now seems they will face competition from Crystal Palace.
Ndiaye is currently in Russia with Senegal and is contention to play against Colombia tomorrow after starting in the Japan game.