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Badou Update: Turkish club being cheapskates Klaxon

Fanatik have reported on the latest developments with regards to Trabzonspor’s pursuit of Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye

It’s reported Stoke are looking to get €1m from a loan deal for the 29 year old and Ndiaye wants a €1.5m salary for the six months.

However, Trabzonspor are looking to reduce both Stoke’s loan fee and Ndiaye’s wage demands, and both parties will hold further meetings in the near future. There have been recent reports the Trabzon club could be priced out of a deal for the player.

Would you even contemplate loaning out Badou Ndaiye

Agent working hard to get his client a move

Ndiaye’s agent William D’Avila working to get Stoke City client a move, looking unlikely at this stage

Ergun recently informed the Turkish media the Super Lig side were close to getting a deal done for the player.

It’s claimed Ergun, who worked with Ndiaye’s agent William D’Avila when he was at Galatasaray, is said to be working with him again to get the Senegalese a move to Trabzonspor.

However, it’s been reported by Fotospor that a return to Turkey is unlikely at this stage given the Stoke City midfielder’s potential cost to Trabzonspor

What price would be the minimum you’d expect from any sale of Badou Ndayie

It’s that time of the year for Badou Ndaiye

Turkish site Fanatik claim Trabzonspor have contacted Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye’s agent with regards to a loan move in the January transfer window.

It’s also claimed Trabzonspor want to sign Ndiaye before they start their winter training camp, and their manager Unal Karaman wants the club’s board to make the midfielder a priority in the next transfer window.

Would Stoke allow Badou Ndaiye leave in January is anyone’s guess. Though now Nathan Jones has left, the need for so many central midfield players has diminished,for the want of wingers once again.

Ndayie in his games so far this season, has been up their as one of our best performers, in doing so has raised his profile once again to the teams in the Premier League which is his inevitable goal in the future.

Would a loan or even a permanent move back to Turkey hinder his chances, that’s a decision for his agent to ponder.

Despite all the surroundings of his on off leaving of Stoke over the past 12 months, nobody can knock his work ethic and commitment to the cause once he was put back into the squad by Nathan Jones.

Would you be happy or sad if Ndaiye leaves in the January window?

Liam Lawrence: I wish I played with Etebo & Ndaiye

Liam Lawrence has been quoted in the Sentinel.

“I wish I’d played with those two because they give players around them an extra five per cent. The way they sprint back and break up play, break lines and get forward quickly, they’re quick on the ball and force teams onto the back foot.

“If you look at what the better players are going for in the Championship over the last few years – £10m or £20m – then you get an idea of their value. From what I’ve seen in this division they’re pretty much complete in terms of what they bring and they complement each other really well. I think they’re awesome.

“If you can carry on getting the best out of them then Stoke might have a job keeping hold of them but that’s a nice problem to have.

Only one change, has Nathan Jones finally pinned down his favoured eleven

After game after game of Nathan Jones swapping and changing upto 6 players a game today we have just the one.

The one change is an enforced one due to Joe Allen’s suspension following his red card v Bristol City.

Today for the first time Nathan Jones can pick and start probably two of the best midfielders in the Championship in Peter Etebo and Badou Ndiaye.

Will this be the difference that Jones has been looking for, could we finally see a Stoke City FC win, could our Saturday be finally a happy one again.

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