Sanogo set to end unsuccessful Arsenal spell
Gunners striker Yaya Sanogo has affirmed he will leave the club one month from now when his agreement terminates.The 24-year-old has battled with wounds in the previous 12 months and his agreement at the Emirates has keep running down with no prospect of new terms so he will be allowed to proceed onward.
The Frenchman was anticipated to have a splendid future when he joined from Auxerre in 2013 at the same time, taking after only one senior objective in 20 appearances, he will leave without making a big deal about an effect.
Amid his time with the Gunners, he spent advance spells away at Crystal Palace, Ajax and Charlton Athletic, and is as of now being connected with a lasting switch to Italian side Genoa.
Sanogo says he has no second thoughts over his time with Arsenal and conceded wounds inflicted significant damage, while he was appreciative to work under manager Arsene Wenger.
He told L'Equipe:: "He [Wenger] is not in charge of my wounds. He is an extraordinary director. He showed me a considerable measure."