Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye is on the verge of a move to the Premier League according to his agent William D’avila.
Speaking in Turkey, D’avila said that Ndiaye has received two offers from Premier League sides.
The agent also stated that Stoke are close to striking a deal with one of the clubs but that if an agreement is not reached he will be joining Galatasaray.
“Galatasaray are a serious option for us but we have two offers from Premier League clubs,” D’avila said.
“If would be difficult to turn the offers down as they are from really big clubs and are close to striking a deal with Stoke City. But if a deal is not struck Badou Ndiaye will be joining Galatasaray.”
The agent did not reveal which two Premier League sides are in talks with Stoke over his client.
Several sides from England have been linked with Ndiaye but it remains to be seen which club is closest to striking a deal.
Ndiaye joined the Potters on a £14 million move from Galatasaray seven months ago during the January transfer window.
The Lions would be able to offer Ndiaye Champions League football next season after winning the Super Lig.