Sabah report Stoke City are not looking to loan Badou Ndiaye back to Galatasaray next season as they are planning to sell him to a Chinese or Saudi Arabian club.
The Senegalese midfielder joined Galatasaray on a loan deal from Stoke City last summer and the Turkish club were hoping they could take him back on a temporary basis for next season.
However, Sabah say Stoke City have reached out to Ndiaye’s agent William D’Avila and are ready to use his network with Chinese and Saudi Arabian clubs to sell Ndiaye.
D’Avila was involved in the deal which took his client Garry Rodrigues to Al-Ittihad from Gala during the last window.
Stoke City are reportedly looking to generate more than €10m from the sale of Ndiaye after the 28 year old received offers from China in January.
Ndiaye has played 27 games for Galatasaray in all competitions this season and scored three goals. He is under contract with Stoke until 2022.