The 24-year-old Guinea international joined on a six-month loan deal after his start to life in English football was blighted by repeated personal and disciplinary problems.
Bangoura signed for just under £1 million in October 2005 and got off to a flyer at the Britannia before losing his place in the team after returning late from the 2006 African Nations.
The was then over a month late back from the 2006 summer break, claiming passport problems with his young daughter forced the delay, and has failed to score so far this season.
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Stoke boss Tony Pulis admitted that "Sammy's got one or two problems to sort out in Belgium."
"He's been shooting backwards and forwards for the last two weeks and there have been a couple of clubs over there that have shown an interest.
"Hopefully he can sort out his private life and start scoring goals again to get himself back on the map."
Bangoura came to prominence for Lokeren and then Standard Liege, where he developed a reputation as being a fearsome if inconsistent goalscorer.
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