According to a claim in the Turkish media, Wolverhampton Wanderers have tabled a bid to sign Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye.

There is uncertainty with regards to the Senegal international’s future with the Championship side and he’s also been linked with a return to his former club Galatasaray in recent weeks.

Fanatik today report Wolves have made a €25m bid to sign Ndiaye as they look to bolster their squad ahead of next season.

Wolves have been linked with a number of players since their promotion to the Premier League and last month it was claimed in Turkey the English club is a possible destination for the Stoke City player.

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It’s been well documented Ndiaye could leave Stoke City after their relegation to the second tier, with Galatasaray keen to loan the Senegalese.

However, with Wolves looking for a permeant deal this may be more appealing to the Potters. It’s been reported on a number of occasions Ndiaye has a buyout clause if Stoke City dropped into the Championship, and surely €25m would meet that.

A note of caution is needed, especially given all the Ndiaye transfer rumours coming of Turkey.