Sporx report Galatasaray manager Fatih Terim is keen on a reunion with Badou Ndiaye if Stoke City are relegated to the Championship.
The Turkish club sold Ndiaye to Stoke City in a deal which is thought to be worth around £16m, but the Senegal international hasn’t enjoyed the best of starts with the Premier League club.
With Stoke sitting 19th in the Premier League with six games to go there were reports in the Turkish press that Galatasaray may an make offer to take Ndiaye on loan and he could be interested in a move back to Istanbul.
According to Sporx, Terim is open for any move for the Senegal international and the Turkish website report Ndiaye has contacted Galatasaray officials via middlemen with regards to a potential return.
Terim was determined to keep him at the Turkish giants throughout the last window, but the chance to play in the Premier League with Stoke City was a dream for Ndiaye.
Sporx say Galatasaray’s board will discuss the issue at the end of the season because they want to focus on the remainder of the campaign, but Sporx report the club is only likely to offer a loan deal to Stoke City because they can’t afford to buy him outright.