After Sky Sports claimed Stoke City are showing an interest in Galatasaray midfielder Badou Ndiaye, AMK report the Turkish giants will demand at least €20m from the Premier League side.

Ndiaye opted to sign for Galatasaray last summer despite strong interest from West Ham United and Newcastle United, and there have been recent reports in the Turkish press saying the Premier League sides are still keeping tabs on the 26 year old.

AMK claim Galatasaray manager Fatih Terim wants Ndiaye to stay part of his team, but he’s also told the board if a sufficient bid arrives then they need to consider it.

Galatasaray are looking to accept the offers in the region of €20m for the Senegal international, and if Stoke City are willing to pay this then he could be signed in this transfer window.

Stoke City will be looking to bolster their squad with the club now in a relegation fight going into the second half of the season.

However, with the club yet to name a successor to Mark Hughes it remains uncertain who the new manager would want to bring in.