Stoke City Accept Offer For £14m Star But Personal Terms Yet To Be Agreed With Super Lig Giants

Galatasaray have had their loan offer for Badou Ndiaye accepted by Stoke City according to the Fanatik.

Per the source, the Lions have however, yet to agree personal terms with the Senegal international.

Ndiaye reportedly wants £3.2m [€3.5m] this season but the reigning Super Lig giants are only prepared to offer £2.5m [€2.75m].

The Potters meanwhile, are prepared to let the 27-year-old return to his former club on a temporary move.

Ndiaye was hopeful at landing a Premier League move but the transfer window has already shut.

Time is running out for the midfielder to find a new club.

The powerful midfielder does not want Championship football this term.

Galatasaray would be able to afford the Senegal ace first-team action and Champions League football.

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The report claims Ndiaye is keen on returning to the Istanbul giants.

Galatasaray can only offer a loan move due to pressure from Financial Fair Play to curb spending.

Ndiaye made the move to Stoke City for £14 million from Galatasaray back in January.

The Potters ace has three-years remaining on his contract and has started in both Championship games this season, the 3-1 defeat to Leeds United and the 1-1 draw against Brentford.