Championship side Birmingham City have confirmed Cheikh N’Doye return to Angers on loan.
The Senegal international joined the Blues in July 2017 on a free transfer and signed a two-year contract with Gary Monk’s side.
Since making his debut in their 1-0 away loss to Ipswich Town, the midfielder have made 42 appearances across competitions.
And on Thursday, the St Andrew’s Stadium outfit confirmed that the former Creteil player has teamed up with Stephane Moulin’s charges on a season-long loan.
“It is return to his former club for the 32-year-old Senegalese international who left Angers at the end of the 2016-17 campaign, at the conclusion of his contract,” read a statement on club website.
? Blues midfielder Cheikh Ndoye has returned to @AngersSCO on a season-long loan
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— Birmingham City FC (@BCFC) August 16, 2018
N’Doye could feature for Angers when they trade tackles with Rennes at the Roazhon Park on August 18.