Galatasaray do not want to keep Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye on at the club next season according to Fanatik.
Per the source, the Lions have informed Ndiaye’s agent William D’Avilla that they will not pursue his client this summer.
Ndiaye spent the 2018-19 season on loan at the Yellow-Reds playing an important role in lifting the league title for a record 22nd time.
Galatasaray paid €3.7m to loan the midfielder for the campaign.
The report also states that Stoke City manager Nathan Jones does not want to loan Ndiaye out next season and is planning on bringing him to the pre-season camp.
Ndiaye scored three goals and provided six assists in 34 appearances for the Lions in all competitions.
The midfielder joined Stoke City on a £14.4m [Transfermarkt] move from Galatasaray on January 2018 before returning to his former club on loan just six months later.
Ndiaye has another three-years remaining on his Stoke City contract.
The Potters finished the Championship league campaign in 16th place.