Futbol Arena report Galatasaray manager Fatih Terim has made his decision regarding the club’s pursuit of Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye.
The Galatasaray boss is said to have given the green light for the Turkish club’s board to sign Ndiaye once again, and now talks are likely to commence with Stoke City.
Ndiaye joined Stoke City from Galatasaray for €16m and just six months after joining the English side the player may return to Istanbul. It’s claimed the Turkish giants will look for a loan deal, as is usually the case.
Yesterday Nidaye’s agent confirmed to the Turkish press that his client will be moving this summer and that there was interest from Turkey.
However, Ndiaye’s future with Stoke City is unlikely to be resolved before the World Cup as the midfielder will be representing Senegal in Russia.
The 27 year old’s agent also confirmed it’s unlikely a move would happen before the tournament and also claimed there’s interest from Spain.