The report mentions that Newcastle have made an offer for the 27-year-old, although that offer has been rejected by Stoke. Nevertheless, Ndiaye is keen on wrapping up a move to St. James' Park and has already agreed terms with the club.
Talks are also reportedly ongoing between Stoke and Ndiaye's former club Galatasaray, however, and the Turkish side are waiting to see whether they can hijack Newcastle's move for the Senegal international.
Ndiaye only joined Stoke in January from
“It’s not cool for me to say specific things about his transfer at this stage but I can say things will become much more clear after the World Cup.
“I can confirm that he will leave Stoke City. There has been contact from Spain. Turkey is an option for us as well. He could go the Besiktas or Fenerbahce or any other club. It’s all down to negotiations with Stoke City.”
Ndiaye is currently away on international duty with Senegal, who defeated Poland 2-1 on Tuesday in their World Cup opener.