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Turks line up N'Diaye move

Sunderland midfielder Alfred N'Diaye is a target for several Turkish sides, Sky Sports understands.

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Alfred N'Diaye: Target for Turkish clubs Eskisehirspor and Bursaspor

Alfred N'Diaye: Target for Turkish clubs Eskisehirspor and Bursaspor

N'Diaye only joined Sunderland last January from Bursaspor and his former club and Eskisehirspor are thought to be weighing up moves to bring the player back to Turkey.

The former France Under-21 international was brought to the Stadium of Light by former Black Cats boss Martin O'Neill, but he could find himself surplus to requirements under Paolo Di Canio.

Di Canio has been busy in the transfer market this summer bringing in nine players already with more planned and he could decided to cash-in on N'Diaye.

Eskisehirspor coach Ertugrul Saglam is a big fan of N'Diaye having worked with the 23-year-old during his time in charge of Bursaspor and is keen to be reunited with the midfielder.

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