Badou Ndiaye’s agent William D’Avila has spoken to the Turkish media to give the latest update with regards to the future of the Stoke City owned player.

Ndiaye joined his former club Galatasaray on loan after Stoke City’s relegation from the Premier League and D’Avila says the player isn’t considering a return to his parent club.

Speaking to Radyospor, as covered by Asist Analiz his agent said: “Ndiaye wants to win the title this season with Galatasaray. One thing for certain is that he will not return to Stoke City at the end of the season. He loves Galatasaray and it’s a place that he always loves.”

With Stoke City set to spend another season in the Championship it’s unlikely the 28 year old will return to Potters for the next campaign.

However, Stoke are keen to sell the player outright and their €17m valuation of the central midfielder could prove too costly for Galatasaray. Subsequently the Istanbul club have been linked with other midfielders in recent weeks.

Ndiaye has made 25 appearances for Galatasaray in all competitions this season, scoring 3 goals. The player is under contract with Stoke City until June 2022.