The 27-year-old midfielder joined the Potters in January from Galatasaray for £14 million, according to BBC Sport. He made a strong impression for the club, but couldn’t prevent Stoke City from getting relegated last season.
Stoke City boss Gary Rowett is hoping to convince N’Diaye to stick around for the upcoming season as he is aiming to take the club back in the Premier League, but it seems the player wants to continue in the Premier League.
The Toffees have enjoyed a quiet summer transfer window so far with Richarlison and Lucas Digne proving to be their only signings.
Signing a central defender is one of Marco Silva’s pressing concerns but a midfielder of N’Diaye’s quality would be a welcome addition to the side.