Eredivisie side Ajax have confirmed that Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo has joined the club as part of a season long loan deal.
Dutch paper De Telegraaf are reporting that Arsenal forward Yaya Sanogo is headed to Ajax on loan for the upcoming season.
Tony Pulis won the battle with the club he saved from relegation last season as West Brom beat Crystal Palace 2-0 at Selhurst Park.
Yaya Sanogo has been out since early February with a hamstring injury but will be available again to face London rivals QPR in Week 29.
Yaya Sanogo will miss the game against his parent club in GW26 under the terms of his loan agreement although the striker has still not recovered fully from the hamstring strain he suffered against Newcastle at Selhurst Park 10 days ago.
Yaya Sanogo has joined the Alan Pardew revolution at Crystal Palace on loan in an effort to gain Premier League playing time and keep the Eagles out of the relegation zone.
Steve Bruce and Arsene Wenger are discussing a possible loan deal for striker Yaya Sanogo.
With Olivier Giroud (suspension) out and Danny Welbeck (thigh) unlikely it appears that Yaya Sanogo will miss out on an opportunity to start at St. Mary's as he lacks match fitness.
With Olivier Giroud suspended for Arsenal's next three matches Yaya Sanogo could get a start between Alexis Sanchez and Danny Welbeck.
Yaya Sanogo scored his first Arsenal goal against Dortmund early but went off with an apparent hamstring injury in the late going. He is currently being assessed.
Yaya Sanogo will miss Arsenals’ trip to Turkey after the Arsenal striker suffered a hamstring injury during the last gasp win over Crystal Palace.
Yaya Sanogo had a golden opportunity to draw Arsenal even in stoppage time but he put his shot way over the bar and Arsenal lost 1-0 away at Stoke.
Yaya Sanogo made his first start for Arsenal's first team in the FA Cup match against Liverpool and impressed even in the absence of a goal.