L’Équipe report this afternoon that midfielder Didier Ndong is set to leave Dijon, with several clubs in Turkey interested in the Gabon international’s signature. The Ligue 2 Burgundy side are looking to part ways with the midfielder before the end of the window, with Ndong being made to train separately from the rest of the team and arriving several days late for pre-season.
The former Sunderland man, who has another two years left on his contract, has attracted interest from Yeni Malatyaspor and Gaziantep FK, as Dijon hope to obtain a €3m transfer fee from his sale. Ndong had earlier this window been linked to Ligue 1 sides Bordeaux and Nantes.
His Dijon team-mate and compatriot Bruno Ecuele Manga as well as Senegal international Pape Moussa Konaté have also been allowed to leave, with Turkey also being a potential destination.