ALFRED N’Diaye’s return to Real Betis may be in jeopardy, with the Sunderland midfielder struggling to agree personal terms.
N’Diaye looked destined to be heading to Betis in a £2m deal earlier this week, after spending the second half of last season on loan with the Spanish outfit.
The Senegal international is free to leave the Stadium of Light, with the 24-year-old not thought to be a key figure in Gus Poyet’s plans.
But sources in Spain today report that N’Diaye and his brother and agent, Bakary Ciss, are struggling to agree terms with Betis.
N’Diaye, who is part of the Sunderland squad for today’s friendly against Udinese, has also attracted interest from La Liga outfit Celta Vigo, plus an unknown Turkish club.