According to Sporx, Leicester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers are showing an interest in Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye.
The Senegal international only joined Stoke City in the last window, but with their relegation to the Championship the player may move on this summer.
Sabah’s Galatasaray journalist Mehmet Ozcan has told Sporx that Ndiaye’s first choice is likely to stay in the Premier League and that he’s aware Wolves and Leicester City are monitoring the situation.
Ozcan also said if Stoke City receive no suitable offers from English clubs, then the midfielder may return to the Turkish League.
With Wolves achieving promotion to the Premier League they will be looking to strengthen their squad this summer and, according to these claims, Ndiaye is an option.
Leicester City will also be looking to bolster their squad after a poor finish to the season and the Stoke City player also seems to be on their agenda.